Sunday, July 7, 2013

Every Day by David Levithan

3.5 Stars. A has never been the same person twice. For 16+ years he wakes up each day in a new body. He can access basic memories in order to fake it through the day, but doesn't usually feel like doing more than the bare minimum. That is, until he meets Rhiannon. While occupying her boyfriend Justin's body for the day, he spends a few magical hours with Rhiannon and discovers that he can't get her out of his mind (no matter whose mind he is using that day).

David Levithan is a master of teenage love stories with a unique twist. This book did a wonderful job of explaining "same love" through the various characters A had to portray each day. While I don't find Levithan to be as deep and able to transcend all ages as John Green, he still writes wonderful stories.

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