In the last desperate hours before she and her family is deported, Natasha goes to the INS office in the hope her appeals have been heard and she can stay in the US. As her day progresses she touches the lives of many different people some in small ways and some in life-changing ways.
Daniel is supposed to be attending an interview to discuss his application to study at Yale, but when he sees Natasha, eyes closed and headphones on dancing to some unknown song and oblivious to the world around her, he is immediately captivated.
They spend their day, her last day together, and as the day progresses grow closer.
The Sun Is Also A Star is one of those very rare books that is perfect in every way. It is achingly beautiful, poetic, heart breaking…and life affirming. There isn’t a single bad thing I can say about this book, and it’s Young Adult, normally I would have lists. 5 Stars
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