The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon

The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon Review

The book “The Sun Is Also A Star” by Nicola Yoon starts with one of our main characters, Natasha Kingsley, who is having the worst day of her life.

Mere hours away from being deported from the only home she has ever remembered, Natasha still refuses to give up.

As she goes on a journey to undo her and her family’s fate, she encounters Daniel Jae Ho Bae, an optimist, an aspiring poet, a dreamer suppressed under his parents’ expectations – The complete opposite of Natasha- .

Although composed at first Natasha soon finds herself falling for his geeky charm, but with all the troubles she simply can’t get sidetracked.

“The Sun Is Also A Star” is a book about destiny, love, and how our lives are all interconnected.

Honestly, I had a lot of expectations for this book which I suppose might have been just me nailing my own foot, because it only resulted in me finding the book kind of underwhelming.

The characters were fun to read and the writing was simply delightful, which did make it into a light fun read that i’m glad I checked out.

If you’re someone who likes insta-love, quirky characters, and opposites attract, then definitely go for this book, my bet is that you’ll devour this.

Ps. The alternating chapters with multiple character POVs were the unquestionable highlights, and definitely my favorite part of the book.



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