Ally has lived on her family owned campsite since she was a little girl. There, she’s learned to find every star, identify almost every object in the night sky, and look for her very own comet.
Jack wants nothing more than to draw aliens and sit in his treehouse everyday. He doesn’t want to go to school, play sports, or do anything that isn’t drawing. Well, almost everything, because at night: Jack can fly.
Bree is the most gorgeous girl in town, and she knows it. She’s an aspiring model, and does everything in her power to make her dreams of fame and beauty a reality.
When these three people cross paths by total coincidence, they bond over the two weeks leading up to the greatest coincidence of all: the solar eclipse.
Every Soul a Star is a simple book, but a powerful one. As someone who has actually seen a total eclipse, it brings back wonderful memories of my family and I watching real magic. I would suggest this book to ages 8 and up, because no matter how old I am when I read it, I just appreciate it more and more.
Three unlikely friends leave an impact on each other, and on the reader, for the rest of their lives. I gave this book four stars because it was extremely enjoyable, and brought me back to the fanatical time when I saw a total solar eclipse.