A review by crlyhairedbibliophile
The Sun Is Also a Star, by Nicola Yoon


This was fast but sweet read that felt timely given the current political climate. Similar to Everything, Everything, I appreciated the overall structure and how it read - specifically the change in perspectives and how everyone and everything seemed to be intertwined. As much as the relationship between Natasha and Daniel was the main focus, their individual issues felt just as prominent. I enjoyed following them and watching them grow, both as individuals and as a unit. I felt their inner struggles and was happy to see them resolved, even if not completely, by the end.

I’ve noticed small details here and there that seem to have changed for the movie, but I’m still excited to see how some of my favorite moments play out on screen.