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The Fault in Our Stars
by John Green
The Fault in Our Stars Chapter 6 Summary
Hazel bounds home and breaks the exciting news to her parents, but they're not convinced that she's up for the travel yet. Dr. Maria says it would be okay for her to go to Amsterdam, maybe, but only if her mom goes along. Hazel's got some confused teen girl feelings for Augustus, but she's afraid of letting anything at all happen. She calls Kaitlyn and they talk through it. Hazel comes to the realization that she's afraid of hurting him... again. Just in the way that Caroline Mathers had hurt him. Hazel then commits the cardinal sin of social media and goes online to look at Caroline Mathers's Facebook. Nooo Hazel! No good will come out of this. At dinner, she's nervous and a little freaked out by the whole situation with Augustus. She finally bursts and tells her parents that she's like a grenade and that at some point she's going to blow up and she doesn't want there to be a lot of casualties. She gets all mopey and texts Augustus to tell him that she doesn't want to kiss him because she's afraid of what she'll put him through. He texts back that it's okay. Very understanding, that Augustus boy. Then Hazel's parents come into her room and tell her how amazing they think she is and that they don't see her as a grenade at all. They even say that she doesn't have to go to Support Group. She goes to sleep, but wakes up with this horrible pain in the center of her head.
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