[PDF KINDLE] I'll Give You the Sun author Jandy Nelson

  • Hardcover
  • 371
  • I'll Give You the Sun
  • Jandy Nelson
  • English
  • 04 March 2019
  • 9780803734968

Jandy Nelson Ë 9 Summary

Jandy Nelson Ë 9 Summary Summary I'll Give You the Sun 109 Ach have only half the story and if they can only find their way back to one another they'll have a chance to remake their world This radiant award winning novel from the acclaimed author of The Sky Is Everywhere will leave you breathless and teary and laughing often all at once Printz Award Winner Stonewall Honor Bo. 3 starsOkay for starters I am so proud for finishing this book in the exam sessionProbably by now you all know what I ll Give You The Sun is about so I ll skip straight to my opinion on this bookThis is my second time trying to finish this book and I did succeed this time The beginning was both times too boring for me I did not care about the characters at all The middle part was actually my favorite and the last one was a good conclusion but not that excitingWhat I love about this book is the importance that it gives to relationships inside a family I feel like I am alone in this but I did not like Oscar as a person that much And his relationship with Judy was a bit rushed in my opinionAnd I feel like no one is talking about Noa putting Judy s toothbrush into the toilet everyday That part freaked me out like literally freaked me outI see that I have lost my ability to form genuine reviews so I will shut up now and yeah the book s great

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Jandy Nelson Ë 9 Summary Summary I'll Give You the Sun 109 Es and does all the talking for both of them Years later they are barely speaking Something has happened to change the twins in different yet eually devastating ways but then Jude meets an intriguing irresistible boy and a mysterious new mentor The early years are Noah's to tell; the later years are Jude's But they e. maybe some people are just meant to be in the same story and maybe some people are just meant to love the same story over and over again the colour and brightness this book continues to add to my life puts the sun to shame every word is such a thing of radiant beauty i know my soul is incapable of feeling anything other than joy when reading this this book is true art at its finest i try not to have any regrets in life but i do regret that i read this book too uickly and that it ended before i was emotionally and mentally ready a book like this is meant to be cherished to be savoured but i was incapable of putting this down i dont think ive ever read such transformative writing it gave the story such a lyrical feel to it i needed every word every image every emotion every feeling even if it did leave my heart a devastating wreck in the process 5 stars

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Jandy Nelson Ë 9 Summary Summary I'll Give You the Sun 109 We were all heading for each other on a collision course no matter what Maybe some people are just meant to be in the same story At first Jude and her twin brother Noah are inseparable Noah draws constantly and is falling in love with the charismatic boy next door while daredevil Jude wears red red lipstick cliff div. This book should be called I ll Give You Death by Artistic Metaphor It seems like I m in the minority on this one but I did not like the writing style at allI guess it should be noted that I was also not a fan of the author s first novel The Sky is Everywhere which everyone but heartless little me seemed to love Unlike many people I know I picked this one up because the premise intrigued me and not because of a love for the author s previous workYou may be thinking this is a poetic novel about life and loss and love how can you be so cold sigh You would not be the first But while I appreciate that there are some good aspects to this book like the complex characters and the frank portrayal of teen sexuality in both a heterosexual girl and a homosexual guy the style the endless bloody metaphors and the way it became heavy on the romance all of that just did nothing but irritate meThere was a brief moment early on when I thought I might be reading a magical realism novel because of some of the bizarre things that seemed to be happening But as the story unfolded it turns out that these are actually just overly ambitious artistic metaphors that turn almost every single paragraph into a purple and downright weird mess Check them out Mom picks up a knife and thrusts it into his gut twists Dad forges on oblivious Jude barfs bright blue fluorescent barf all over the table but I m the only one who notices All the hornet s buzzed out of her And there s no spider to her at all None of these things are actually literally happening of course When I read the first few paint splattered metaphors hehe that s a metaphor too I did my single raised eyebrow face it s epic I assure you but it was when I d read over a hundred pages of constant flowery prose that I started to feel like I d overdosed on cotton candy I guess it s a certain type of reader who will fall in love with this prose in short I am not that type of readerI am the kind of person who forges strong emotional connections with characters or at least I do if the book is working its magic But I also find it really difficult to engage with characters who would otherwise pull me in when the prose is so nauseatingly bloated with metaphors Do any of you remember Shatter Me Bloody hell do I remember Shatter Me silently fumesAnd it s a shame because there were moments when I came close to feeling for these characters Noah tugged at my heart strings because of his passion for art and how he wasn t allowed to pursue it fully Jude s feelings of guilt and grief felt like genuine pain But I never got into their heads because I was too busy being drowned by the metaphorical prose Plus I m not even going to get started on the stereotypical way the British guy is portrayed I ll just say that we really do not use slang words in every single sentenceThe reveal at the ending can easily be guessed from reading Jude s first POV and it was a little anticlimactic Not just because it was guessable but because it was kind of blah I still won t give this book one star because there were some touching moments that I liked but overall I was pretty disappointedBlog Leafmarks Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr