Let’s talk about some of the notable difference between the book and movie version of The Sun Is Also A Star.
The Sun Is Also A Star is a welcome change from the usual YA novel by addressing the idea of fate and taking it to task.
Quotes from the Nicola Yoon book The Sun Is Also A Star including page numbers.
We’re taking a huge leap, about 150 pages, which holds a HUGE amount of drama – and some good old fashion tension (partly of the sexual kind).
Natasha begins to develop hope, but that is met with a few realizations, particularly with Daniel’s family, which could kill things like a relaxer.
Natasha finds herself stalked by Daniel, yeah it’s one of those books, but he might just be growing on her.
A character guide for Nicola Yoon’s book The Sun Is Also A Star featuring descriptions and noteworthy information.
We begin The Sun Is Also A Star, learning about our leads and their families, alongside random people who’ll likely be cut from the movie.
Everything, Everything is similar to Recovery Road in terms of format. It is setup like a diary, though unlike Recovery Road it has pictures, and each would be chapter is short. However, with a movie coming up this August, starring Amandla Stenberg and Anika Noni Rose, you know I couldn’t resist. Though, let me tell you, this is by no means the best YA novel I’ve ever read.