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Every Day by David Levithan
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Aug 10, 2012

really liked it

I absolutely love this book. I'm not usually one for love stories, but this book swept me off my feet. It is, from the very start, a love story. A is a genderless teenager who wakes up in someone else's body everyday. It has been this way for A's entire life. A wakes up one day in the body of a boy named Justin and falls in love with Justin's girlfriend. After that, A spends time pursuing Justin's girlfriend.

As far as love stories go, this is definitely one that I wouldn't mind reading again. But, I was much more interested in the way A interacts with the host families, and friends, and the people who are acquainted with the host body. And also how A tries not to disrupt the life borrowed and, in some cases, to even improve it. I was also more interested in A's inner turmoil at never being able to stay in one body for more than a day.

It's a quick read full of angst and romance and teen drama. I would definitely recommend this book.

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