This isn't to say that the book was 'bad.' It was well, written with interesting characters and driven by both plot and character. It had moments when I was reminded of my teenage life, and there was a brilliance to a character that constantly strives to remember the last words of famous dead people. But it wasn't "The Fault in our Stars" much like a second marathon feels just different from the first.
Should you read it? Sure. (If I made that same comment about going on a date, would you)