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This Star Won't Go Out: The Life and Words of Esther Grace Earl

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  • In 2010, the Massachusetts teen passed away at the age of 16. Last month, her parents published This Star Won’t Go Out: The Life & Words of Esther Grace Earl, a scrapbook of sorts that combines her drawings and handwritten notes with family stories. | Read A Heartbreaking Letter From The Girl Who Inspired "The Fault In Our Stars" To Her Future Self

    Esther Grace Earl. She sadly lost her battle against cancer in 2010, but is still a huge inspiration to many, including me. I have very much enjoyed reading her legacy and awesomeness in her book, This Star Won't Go Out. Rest in peace beautiful

  • A number of you have probably heard of Esther Earl, as well as her book, This Star Won’t Go Out: The Life and Words of Esther Grace Earl. And, since it’s coming out on January 28th, I thought I’d mention it. And Esther.

    Esther Earl was a Nerdfighter who was known for being loving, bright, and just a really awesome person. She loved to read, she was a writer, she made YouTube videos, and she was very enthusiastic about her family and friends (one of which was author John Green, whom she met at a Harry Potter convention). She was also known to be extremely empathetic and wise.

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    Esther Earl was a really, really amazing person, and I’m so excited and happy that she’s going to be a published author. I hope a lot (and I mean a lot) of people get to read her book, and get to know her better through the experience. Time for me to check the mailbox.

Esther Earl (Courtesy of Earl Family)

Esther Earl died at the age of sixteen of thyroid cancer and inspired the character Hazel Grace Lancaster in the novel, The Fault in a Stars, which is dedicated to her.