The Sun Is Also A StareBook - 2016
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A young girl who is trying to save her parents from deportation, and a dutiful son trying to live up to his Korean-immigrant parents high expectations, meet and fall in love on the streets of New York City.
Daniel is a dreamer who wants to study poetry; he’s trying to gather up the courage to stand up to his strict Korean-immigrant parents and say no to going to med school. Natasha believes in science and facts, but her pragmatism is put to the test as she searches for a last minute loophole to save... Read More »
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Observable Fact: You should never take long shots. Better to study the odds and take the probable shot. However, if the long shot is your only shot, then you have to take it.
“I didn't know you this morning, and now I don't remember not knowing you.”
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Natasha is an undocumented Jamaican immigrant who has been in the United States since she was eight years old, and today is her last day in New York. Tonight, she and her family have to get on a plane and go back to Jamaica, all thanks to her father’s DUI. But Natasha is desperate to stay, to graduate high school, to go to college. Everything—her life, her future, almost all of her memories—is here. Daniel is the second son of hard-working South Korean immigrants. Today, he must put on his suit, cut his long hair, and put aside his dreams of being a poet. Today, he has an admissions interview for Yale University, where his parents expect him to study to become a doctor. When Natasha and Daniel’s paths cross, their romance is destined to end almost as soon as it begins. How much can you love in a single day?
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