The sky is everywhere

Jandy Nelson.

Seventeen-year-old Lennie Walker, bookworm and band geek, plays second clarinet and spends her time tucked safely and happily in the shadow of her fiery older sister Bailey. But when Bailey dies abruptly, Lennie is catapulted to center stage of her own life ? and, despite her nonexistent history with boys, suddenly finds herself struggling to balance two. Toby was Bailey?s boyfriend; his grief mirrors Lennie?s own. Joe is the new boy in town, a transplant from Paris whose nearly magical grin is matched only by his musical talent. For Lennie, they?re the sun and the moon; one boy takes her out of her sorrow, the other comforts her in it. But just like their celestial counterparts, they can?t collide without the whole wide world exploding. Just as much a celebration of love as it is a portrait of loss, Lennie?s struggle to sort her own melody out of the noise around her is always honest, often hilarious, and ultimately unforgettable.


Caroline BarlowPosted December 28, 2010

Seventeen-year-old Lennie is experiencing the loss of her sister and the kind of emotions that would be extremely difficult to put into words, but somehow author Jandy Nelson does just that. Through lyrical language and moving images, The Sky is Ever...

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SusanaPosted October 16, 2012

REALLY love this review. Now I really want to read it! Have so many books to read, haha.Dying to know what The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is like, too.