The Sun is Also a Star Quotes to Get the Warmth of Sun
The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon is revolving around me for past years. Many of my Goodreads friends are reading this book, and lots of are busy in sharing The Sun is Also a Star Quotes on Instagram.
I guessed, from the quotes, that it is something like I’ll Give you the Sun. So I checked out the reviews.
Turns out, it is completely different from Jendy Nelson’s best book.
After reading the review, I have an idea of the story. And I am not liking it. It is some insta-romance kinda book. I usually hate this type of book.
So I am not reading the book.
The Sun is Also a Star Quotes
But The Sun is Also a Star Quotes were good. Out of context, I liked them. Maybe within the story, they will be stupid, but without the story, these sentences are adorable.
So I collect the quotes I liked most. Read. Maybe you like them.
All teenagers separate from their parents. To grow up is to grow apart.
We’re kindling amid lightning strikes, a lit match and dry wood, fire danger signs and a forest waiting to be burned.
My heart’s been on my sleeve all day, and it’s pretty bruised up right now.
I love this part of getting to know someone. How every new piece of information, every new expression, seems magical.
Observable Fact: I don’t believe in magic.
Observable Fact: We are magic.
You can be cynical all you want, but many a life can be saved by poetry.
Nicola Yoon Quotes
“Do you think it’s funny that both of our favourite memories are about the people we like the least now?” I ask.
“Maybe that’s why we dislike them,” she says. “The distance between who they were and who they are is so wide, we have no hope of getting them back.”
We think we want all the time in the world with the people we love, but maybe what we need is the opposite. Just a finite amount of time, so we still think the other person is interesting. Maybe we don’t need acts two and three. Maybe love is best in act one.
People in love want everyone else to be in love.
Growing up and seeing your parents’ flaws is like losing your religion. I don’t believe in God anymore. I don’t believe in my father either.
I didn’t know you this morning, and now I don’t remember not knowing you.
How can you trust something that can end as suddenly as it begins?
Maybe part of falling in love with someone else is also falling in love with yourself.
Sometimes your world shakes so hard, it’s difficult to imagine that everyone else isn’t feeling it too.
Does it make tragedy more bearable to believe that we ourselves had no hand in it, that we couldn’t have prevented it?
The Sun is Also a Star Cover
BTW, I really liked the cover. It is gorgeous. But I don’t read the book because of covers.
See how the artist made it. You will enjoy it.
Sun is Also a Star Movie
There is a movie.
Who is Daniel in the Sun is Also a Star Movie?
Who is Natasha in the Sun is Also a Star Movie?
Sneak Peak: Source of Image.
Who will direct the movie?
Ry Russo Young. She also directed the Before I Fall. I liked that adaptation.
The Sun is Also a Star Quotes
Whatever I think quotes are different than the book. Sometimes, the quotes work good, but in the story, they don’t make any sense.
And then there are books, of whom you will read a whole page, and you will be like, what the hell is it??
But when you read them in the book, they punch you hard. The build-up is important.
What do you think? Can you like just the quotes from the book without actually reading the book?