3 Works in An Imperial Affliction - Peter Van Houten
Fandoms: The Fault in Our Stars - John Green, The Fault In Our Stars (2014) RPF, An Imperial Affliction - Peter Van Houten, Macbeth - Shakespeare, Twenty One Pilots
30 Mar 2017
Anna has always wanted to live a simple, normal life, but with a tulip-obsessed mother (who views the world with one eye), a hamster that fears the stillness of his wheel and a mind that replays eras of meaningful literature, there wasn't much hope for normalcy. Throw in a bad surprise on her friend's birthday, a charity for un-narccissistic people, and the Man with similar ideas, Anna's life could be considered less-than-simple. But whilst cruising the container ship of consciousness, life gave Anna a twist, one who counted, and maybe - just maybe - one who could grant her one dying wish before her time runs out.
Yeah, this was Hazel's millionth time reading An Imperial Affliction.
22 Jun 2016
"I measure my life in the numbers of tulips scattered around my house... which is generous, since the amount of tulips in my house is abundant."
Tulips are an everyday sight for young Anna. While her cancer may be in remission, her life is surely going on without her. Anna and her mother's lives are changed when the Dutch Tulip Man strolls in uninvited. While Anna's mother finds love, Anna and the Dutch Tulip man form an unlikely friendship. However as the tide comes in and time marches forward, tulips may not be the only things in life that have a short life span.
I do not own "An Imperial Affliction", this is my own fan interpretation of the novel found in John Green's "The Fault in Our Stars." I thought it would be fun writing out what I personally believe is the most interesting part of TfiOS since we most likely will never see an actual copy in real life.
28 Mar 2013
A loose interpretation of Anna and her mom and their relationship in AIA (as imagined by myself and my friend).
Anna uses her wish to fly to Holland, in a bid to escape and be independent for the last time. She corresponds with her mom in letters...