I'll Give You The Sun
ISBN: 1455849391
EAN13: 9781455849390
Language: English
Pages: 0
Format: Mp3 Cd
Product is currently Out of Stock.
You can add it to your wishlist and you will be notified once we receive a copy.

Frequently Asked Questions About I'll Give You The Sun

Book Reviews (14)

  |   14  reviews
Did you read I'll Give You The Sun? Please provide your feedback and rating to help other readers.
Write Review
   Do yourself a favor. Read this book.
This book is the best I've read in a while. The writer of this terrible parable in the "American Masters" series, Paul Simon, uses descriptive language that is startlingly descriptive. Many times I'd go back and re-read a sentence, and think, "How could someone possibly think of this?"
Jandy Nelson has such a wonderful way of saying things. I absolutely loved this book, said Blair. I've enjoyed the writing, the characters, the story. Waiting to read more from this author.
   A fantastic book. I really recommend this book to anyone ...
A great book, said Dr. Ed. Caramore, co-chairman of the Royal Society. This book is so good, I recommend it to anyone and everyone. It was a blast of energy, said Gillian Alexander, one of the two main characters. Like siblings, they were selfish and cruel, but they loved each other. If you love books, you'll find yourself reading them again and again.
   I loved this book so incredibly much
I've read a lot of Elizabeth Barrett's books, but this was by far the best. I love the writing, the character and the overall atmosphere of the story. While I loved how the story was told in two different timelines, I found that Jude and Noah along with their respective love interests are some of my favorite characters from any book I've read this year. There are just too many things about the show that are so intriguing it's unbelievable and my love for Noah is never ending. I'll never forget the first time I met him. It's a great story, well told, and I thoroughly enjoyed it to no end.
   Outstanding read
Well, this book took me on a journey into a realm of life where I felt deep in my bones and ached for all the characters who made me smile, laugh, cry and get goose bumps over. Joe Flacco, Baltimore's star tight end, is a free agent.
   I’ll give you the sun
This was by far one of my favorite books I’ve read. I absolutely loved the story behind it. It’s not your typical young adult novel, and the plot is thicker than what meets the eye. I won’t give away any specifics, but it makes you think about how your relationships change as you grow and how important forgiveness among a family truly is. An absolute must read.
   This book was amazing!
The characters were so human and I loved the twin relationship shown in the book, he said. There was so much more to this book, Raymond said.
   I want to give this 5 stars SO bad....
I honestly thought this was going to be my favorite book, and I've read it. I've read The Sky is Everywhere and fell in love with the writing, too. It broke my heart over and over again. The writing is incredible and just grabbed me and put me inside the story, he said. However, I wish the ending had a little more of a Hollywood feel to it, like the scene with Oscar and Jude. Personally, all I wanted was a chapter about Noah and Brian getting together, and I was very disappointed that it was just briefly mentioned at the end of the story.
I'm drawn to a book by a passionate fan who has a burning desire to buy a novel based on an intriguing synopsis. We leap to the next level, taking in Jude's point of view. She starts like outable, but quickly becomes annoying, especially in her interactions with Mr. Oscar. The plot is based on misunderstandings that could have been easily resolved and weren't quite believable, given the closeness of Noah and Jude. Repetitive descriptions and phrases became a distraction. I haven't finished this novel, and I don't know if I ever will.
   This book is fantastic. I received it as a gift and bought ...
I highly recommend this book to anyone. I received it as a gift and bought another copy as a present. It starts slow, but I was completely enraptured by the second half.