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Nicola Yoon

Autor/a de Everything, Everything

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Nicola Yoon grew up in Jamaica and Brooklyn. Her first novel Everything, Everything was published in 2015 and became a New York Times bestseller. (Bowker Author Biography)

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Obres de Nicola Yoon

Everything, Everything (2015) 4,750 exemplars
The Sun is Also a Star (2016) 3,455 exemplars
Instructions for Dancing (2021) 694 exemplars
Whiteout: A Novel (2022) 115 exemplars
Nicola Yoon Boxed Set (2017) 6 exemplars
A Nap is csillag (2017) 1 exemplars
Sola er også en stjerne (2018) 1 exemplars
Her Sey (2016) 1 exemplars

Obres associades

Blackout (2021) — Col·laborador — 503 exemplars
Because You Love to Hate Me: 13 Tales of Villainy (2017) — Col·laborador — 474 exemplars
Fresh Ink: An Anthology (2018) — Col·laborador — 352 exemplars
Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet (2018) — Col·laborador — 330 exemplars
Hope Nation: YA Authors Share Personal Moments of Inspiration (2018) — Col·laborador — 140 exemplars


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Brooklyn, New York, USA
Los Angeles, California, USA
Yoon, David (husband)



Everything everything a Book talk (març 2017)


Writing in the voice of a teen can be super difficult, but some of the dialogue here was seriously cheesy. But these authors have written teen characters before that sounded/felt more natural.

Despite that, good inclusion of diversity, love, and different cultures. I found Stevie to be really annoying and pretentious though the grand gesture at the end was sweet. You can't hinge the story on the most unlikable character.

I don’t think I cared for any of the couples here unlike Blackout though it was nice that most of the misunderstandings/miscommunications were lighthearted.


… (més)
DestDest | Hi ha 3 ressenyes més | Nov 28, 2023 |
-no thanks to cheating dad redemption though I do like the struggle of Evie’s relationship with him. She truly wants to hate him, but it’s still her dad, y’know. Evie’s dad made a conscious decision to be tonguing down another woman while married. That’s on you, sir! At first, it’s like he gets no consequences for his actions. Breaks up his family home and moves onto another woman, and Evie has to see them giggling and gleeful all in her face. You’re not supposed to hold a grudge as it builds into resentment but UGHHHHH
-neutral: Fifi. Hmm, I feel like characters with strong accents show better in film than writing. Eez jest too minny Zee’s fo meeeee en she’s speech.
-X and Evie were fine but not swoon-worthy to me. Their relationship felt a little dry and rushed.
-none of her friends were memorable

+Loved the dancing and the cover
+Danica and her revolving roulette of boyfriends
+Evie’s struggle with cynicism
+X is a decent guy who COMMUNICATES. No brooding, angsty male LI here
+Poking fun at romance tropes
+The magical realism
+The complexities of relationships, and if “I love you” is really forever
+The ending and the overall Love again message
+The acknowledgements that gives the backstory

Nicola Yoon is one of my favorite writers, but this one wasn’t for me.
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DestDest | Hi ha 29 ressenyes més | Nov 28, 2023 |
Representation: Black and Asian main characters
Trigger warnings: Deportation

7/10, this was an OK rom-com novel and the romance itself was fine but there were some flaws within this book and the characters weren't really that developed but this was still enjoyable nonetheless despite them. It starts off with the two main characters Daniel and Natasha who are total opposites of each other since one is a skeptic and another is just a hopeless romantic yet somehow they fall in love at first sight and now that I look back at it it isn't the most realistic romance novel and I still couldn't connect to the characters yet somehow I still liked this. Over the course of a day their attraction to each other grows deeper which I liked but there was a plot point established from the beginning that Natasha was going to be deported from the United States to another country which I think was Cuba for a reason but maybe it was a case of illegal immigration, I don't really know but that point was used in the last part of the book when Natasha had to leave and there was a time skip where she was on a plane and she developed a Caribbean English accent and that was it. Since then I have read much better romances than this one and I recommend Where the Road Leads Us by Robin Reul which was a better one than this.… (més)
Law_Books600 | Hi ha 147 ressenyes més | Nov 3, 2023 |
It ended in such a way that I didn't expect. And I definitely recommend this book to anyone!
sweetp1ckles | Hi ha 235 ressenyes més | Oct 24, 2023 |



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