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Page to Premiere Playlist: ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ by John Green

I wanted to create a playlist for my favorite book, The Fault in Our Stars, since I was finding myself matching up a ton of songs on my iPod to the book.

After I asked on Twitter if any of you guys also matched up music to your favorite books, I got a resounding YES! So, why not share all these awesome songs that go so well with these brilliant novels?

After this week I want you to submit your own playlists! I’d love to share songs or playlists for Divergent, and The Mortal Instruments, and every other awesome book out there. You can email me your playlists to: kimmy@pagetopremiere.com. Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments…and TFiOS fans, grab some tissues.

1. Casimir Pulaski Day by Sufjan Stevens

2. The Best Part of Being Dead by Abandoned Interstate

3. Amsterdam by Imagine Dragons

4. Permafrost by Laurena Segura

5. Samson by Regina Spektor

6. Clouds by Zach Sobiech

7. The Gambler by Fun.

8. Ronan by Taylor Swift

9. Night Sky by Andrew Bird

10. The Fault is in Our Stars by Megan Tonjes

11. This by Ed Sheeran

12. Falling Slowly by Glen Hansard

Kimmy is a 22 year old nerdfighter and artist who is the founder and editor-in-chief of Page to Premiere. When she's not writing about books and movies here or on her Hunger Games site called Mockingjay.net, she loves creating original content at her magazine and production company JØLVIE, manically Tumblr-ing, eating sushi, drinking Thai iced tea, and being lazy with her cat Rue! She hopes to be a published author one day. You can follow her on Twitter at @kimmymary.

  • M

    Amsterdam is too perfect. I love imagine dragons. I always felt their song Demons would be great as well for TFiOS

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  • Monika

    I have known Zach’s story for a while and his song, Clouds, would be utterly perfect for the movie. I bawled my eyes out for 20 minutes upon hearing his story and later learning of his death. The song has such an uplifting melody even though it was his goodbye song. Rest in Peace Zach.