To All the Boys I've Loved Before is part of a trilogy written by the author Jenny Han. The first book was published in 2014 in the USA by the publisher Simon & Schuster and in Brazil, arrived in 2015 by the publisher Intrinsic.
These are “young adults” books that use high school as a backdrop and cover topics such as friendship, first loves, infinite first times, family issues, insecurities that we need to overcome in this phase and the main one, maturation. For those who read the books, he realized that the characters had a very pertinent development in each book and especially the protagonist, Lara Jean, who presented herself as a sweet and innocent girl and then we see her with more confidence and maturity. With an original adaptation in Netflix, the feature is well produced, but it left out relevant facts that make all the difference for us to understand the story.
See 11 of the differences in the list below.
1. Kitty, cute is nothing!
No good intentions, Kitty and LJ fight for a stupid reason at the beginning of the book and angrily Kitty sends her sister's letters. In the movie, she sends it because she doesn't want to see her sister alone and wants her to have a relationship with someone. Unlike the feature film, where it is evident that she sent it from the beginning, in the book we do not know and we only have confirmation that it was her in the end.