A review by cosbrarian
The Sun Is Also a Star, by Nicola Yoon
This was even better than Everything, Everything in my opinion. The conflict of Natasha's upcoming deportation is, obviously, fiercely relevant and her family's story is a unique perspective. The character histories and cultural lessons interspersed will feel familiar to the unique way Yoon's first book was written but enrich this story even more than her debut book. This book is like a perfectly seasoned meal, the kind that explodes with flavor and subtle surprises with each sniff and bite. I'm already excited for her next book (which as far as I know is only in her brain but I'm endorsing it now). Fantastic audio performance, too!