The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon
Fate they say it only happens once in a life time though in The Sun Is Also A Star By Nicola Yoon the theory is tested to the limits and proven wrong. Since a young unfortunate immigrant named Natasha and a mature successful young adult named Danielle, kept bumping into each other continuously and surprising enjoying every single time. They began to fall in love though only one thing was keeping their fate together that is the fact that Natasha was getting deported. To think things can’t get any worse well you have guessed it they most certainly can and unfortunately do. Natasha and Danielle began to listen to the universe and become really great friends. Unfortunately, the days are coming closer to her being deported and no one understands what the universe wants or what is going to happen. No matter what there is going to be a thrilling ending.
The book has too many curse words and started off slow. The novel also did not have chapters it has short stories going back and forth between characters and continually told stories about important life lessons and poems that barely relate to the stories. At a point the story gave the hint that this novel is a romance and should be only for a mature audience as it had a lot of adult situations. This wouldn’t be recommended for a middle school age population. Unfortunately the novel The Sun Is Also A Star By Nicola Yoon did not meet my expectations. So I am going to have to give it two stars because it a little misleading. Carlene G., Teen Reviewer