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When talking about I’ll Give You The Sun, I don’t know where to begin so I guess I will start with a summary. I‘ll Give You The Sun is about the twins Noah and Jude. They are both P.O.V. characters. Noah talks when they are 13 or 14 and Jude talks when they are 16. There are love triangles, squares, and octagons. Honestly, all the drama can be a really good part of the book. The roles of the twins flip sometime in those two or three years. At first, Noah was very introverted, did not have many friends, and loved art, while Jude was popular, had many guys fawning over her, and loved surfing. By the time we make it to Jude’s P.O.V. (the second chapter), there is already a plot twist – Noah is popular and Jude is quiet and has a boy boycott going on. Plot twists are essential to any good book and seeing how many there are, this book is phenomenal! If I had to give up the sun, moon, stars, ocean, and even the flowers to read this book again, I would happily do it. Many other people also love this book. Eighth-grader Brianna Garman says, “It’s pretty great.” So I give the book 11 stars out of ten.

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