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Every Day by David Levithan
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Aug 31, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: arc, i-love-this-author
Read in August, 2012

David Leviathan, if you will, is a publishing sensation. He’s the head of Scholastic Press and better yet, is the author of award winning novels such a snick and Norah’s Infinite Play -list, Will Grayson, Will Grayson and other well renowned romance stories.
None of which, however, involved a supernatural or fantastical element. In his newest long awaited novel, Leviathan creates a character, A, who wakes up every morning in a new person’s body. A has long adapted to his situation, and has learned not to get involved with his host’s lives. But one day, he takes the form of a boy named James who has a girlfriend named Rhiannon. And in the course of the day, A finds himself in love with Rhiannon. A wants to make his love for Rhiannon last. He meets up with her in different bodies, and event ually tells her his secret. But then one night after a party, something goes horribly wrong. Its midnight and A cant make it back to his host’s house, and he leaves his host on the side of the road. Now his host, Nathan, wants answers. And he’s determined to find A, whether or not it becomes a national fiasco.
David Levithan has shown a new side to his writing this time. Usually the setting is with normal people in a normal town. Now, with an element of sci-fi, Levithan had pushed his writing to new heights. Although the book got a bit repetitive at times. It still wound up being a quick, satisfying, heart-wrenching novel in the end.
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