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Jun 16, 2011Each time someone dies, a library burns.
Aug 17, 2017when you read a story centred around the loss of someone, its expected to be an emotional and somewhat melancholy experience. but the best books that deal with loss also make you wish for hope and feel uplifted. and thats exactly what this story does.
Mar 17, 2017There’s something about Jandy Nelson’s writing. I can name dozens of incredible writers off the top of my head, but Jandy Nelson is not only talented; she is original. She uses original figures of style and moves you in ways you didn’t expect.
Feb 28, 2015Book 22/100 for 2015
Jan 25, 2018After reading "I'll Give You The Sun", I was ready to read anything by Jandy Nelson!
Feb 29, 2016Jandy Nelson has a way with telling stories. They all come out more like works of art than books. Reading them is an experience of it's own, like dancing, but instead of your hands being on hips, they're on the cover of a book.
Aug 24, 2015My Life is really happy with me for having finally read this beautiful novel.
Sep 08, 2016
Apr 10, 2017I have never cried over a book before. Never. This was one of the best books I've ever read, more than five stars. It was incredible, heartbreaking, so amazingly weird. Read it everyone, this book is a gift from god. A true blessing. Love.
Jul 13, 2010The Sky Is Everywhere is undoubtedly a beautifully written book. Its emotional prose and the story itself will resonate with many (female) readers. You have grief here, the main character's journey to live with it, her inability to sort out her feeling for two guys - her dead sister's fiancee, who understands and shares her feelings perfectly, and a new boy in town, whose sheer presence makes her forget her pain. A generous amount of passion will entice many too. But for me it never quite The Sky Is Everywhere is undoubtedly a beautifully written book. Its emotional prose and the story itself will resonate with many (female) readers. You have grief here, the main character's journey to live with it, her inability to sort out her feeling for two guys - her dead sister's fiancee, who understands and shares her feelings perfectly, and a new boy in town, whose sheer presence makes her forget her pain. A generous amount of passion will entice many too. But for me it never quite worked.
Mar 15, 2010This is more of a ramble then a review, so bare with me.
Mar 26, 2018Jandy Nelson doesn't just write books—she creates dazzlingly beautiful, poetic masterpieces of words and images, which leave you breathless and shaken to your core, your mind spinning. Her second book, I'll Give You the Sun (see my review), still holds a place in my heart and my brain almost four years after I read it, and it made my list of the best books I read in 2014.
Apr 02, 2015I'm so glad this is over for so many reasons. I'm also really confused and disappointed. This was such a let-down, especially after reading I'll give You the Sun, which was an immensely rich and beautiful book. I don't understand how those two books can be so different, how one can be so impressive and the other one just weak. Anyway, I'm glad I read I'll give You the Sun first, otherwise I would have never picked it up, as this was the biggest disappointment. Here's why:
Apr 06, 2011Yesterday, searching for something "light" to read, I picked up The Sky Is Everywhere. Funny how I needed to relax and ended up not being able to put it down until I finished the last page, at 2am.
Nov 14, 2016
Dec 06, 20154 stars
Mar 22, 2010Favourite Quote: 'I look into his sorrowless eyes and a door in my heart blows open. And when we kiss, I see that on the other side of that door is the sky.'
Jul 02, 2013I'M SORRY I JUST CAN'T DEAL WITH HOW PHENOMENAL THIS BOOK WAS.
Apr 30, 2014*Lowered my rating to a 3 just because I hated the ending so much.
Sep 04, 2011Truthfully this really isn't even a review. IT's more of a list of questions and comments. SO if you actually like the book. I recommend turning away. Cause this is sort of a hate review.
Mar 15, 2015This book was seriously so wonderful. It deals with grief in a way that was so spot on and beautiful. Jandy Nelson has this superhuman ability to articulate really hard to explain emotions completely perfectly and its just the best.
Oct 28, 2010Sometimes you must lose everything to find yourself.
Oct 29, 2010TBR Reduce Challenge #1- 2011: Arlene
Dec 19, 2012tissue count: 7
Jul 28, 2016This was breathtakingly beautiful and heartrendingly tragic read! I had (wrongfully) anticipated this to be a cute Summer read full of angsty teen romance and not much else.
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