Jessica asked:

...Why do we need a sequel to a book that was so good as a stand-alone? I'm so confused...

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Sara cunningham It was very good as a stand alone, i suppose, but the moment i got to the end i wanted more. I felt like the story really just got going when he ran. i want to know more about the keeping bodies conundrum and more about the community of those like him that was hinted at. By the end it didn't seem like a stand alone anymore, but the first book of a longer series with so many more questions to answer. i'm so very excited.
Ourielle Don't you want to know what happens after? I mean it was kind of an open ending....
Does he stay in the same body?? Does he meet Rhiannon again? Maybe it is a continuation from Rhiannon's POV.... Does Alexander fall in love with her? I mean I would love to read about what happens next. If they ever do make it work, if Poole was right, if maybe he is the devil, if maybe there are more like A....
corey we don't exactly need a sequel but maybe the author needed to write one
Ann I think there definitely needs to be a sequel. Whether its a sequel dealing with the aftermath of Rhiannon and Alexander, or dealing with all of the unanswered question's about A, I'm exited :)
the burning dreamer. Actually, I just think this is Every Day from Rhiannon's POV. (Can't be sure though, maybe it really is a sequel but I don't see anything interesting the author could write about then).
Angelica Technically, Another Day is not a sequel of Every Day (which I thought a sequel, too) because it didn't continue the course of the story. The book has Rhiannon's POV. So I guess Evry Day stays to be a stand-alone book. :)
ivy it's not a's the events of Every Day but from Rhiannon's point of view and it was actually very good (:
Shin Shin because i just cant move on that easily and im wanting more of A.....
Ginalyn we always feels for what A is going through but how about R.. All the readers want more but does it ever crossed your mind how it feels for R to experienced each day with uncertainty. the vague feeling of not believing that A exist but still believe anyway because she feels him ( haha i imagined A as a male). This new sequel promised more... more happiness, more regrets, more disappointment and more hope that there is always everyday after another day.
Wina W i thought that Another Day is just the same with Everyday, but it's taken from Rhiannon's point of view. well, you guys say it's the sequel, if it so then i'd be pretty disappointed about it.
Nicole Bonelli SPOILERS:
I want more. I want more. So much more. The ending was so empty it left me writhing for a sequel. He could make this into a series, there's a lot of potential with the things he doesn't know. There's a lot he can do with the plot. Sooooo much can be extended. I see a lot he can add on to maike things super interesting. I am praying that this is a sequel, that A comes back for her etc.
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