The Sun is Also a Star

I borrowed this book from my local library and was greatly disappointed in it. Yoon writes from different characters perspective. One of which is Natasha, who is an illegal immigrant set to be deported that night. She meets Daniel when going to see her lawyer in an attempt to stop the deportation.

Daniel and Natasha fall in love, and the story jumps back and forth between their perspectives. Yoon also includes perspective from supporting characters such as the security guard. Allowing the reader to experience everyones perspective shows that everything happens for a reason.

Although the change in point of view makes the story feel awkward in places. At the end of the book it felt very rushed. I am very disappointed in this book, after Everything, Everything I expected more.


One Comment Add yours

  1. Jenn Willis says:

    I haven’t read this one yet, but I also loved Everything, Everything. I’m sad to see this one isn’t the same caliber. πŸ˜”


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