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Every You, Every Me by David Levithan
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Dec 03, 11

bookshelves: emotional-issues, mystery, teen, trauma-healing
Read in December, 2011

This book was about a teen named Evan who really misses his friend Ariel, who has "gone away." You have to get to the end of the book to discover exactly what that means. But anyway, he starts receiving envelopes with mysterious pictures in them, relating to Ariel, and Evan tries to figure out who the photographer is. Pictures are included. I'm not sure about the writing style in this one, because lots of words and sometimes even multiple paragraphs are written with strikethrough lines, making me want to skip over them. I guess it's meant to force the reader to think about the wording more, and what Evan is really thinking, but for me unfortunately it had the opposite effect. Oh well.
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