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The sequel to the New York Times bestseller Every Day, soon to be a major motion picture starring Angourie Rice.Every day a new body. Every day a new life. Every day a new choice. For as long as A can remember, life has meant waking up in a different person's body every day, forced to live as that person until the day ended. A always thought there wasn't anyone else who had a life like this. But A was wrong. There are others. A has already been wrestling with powerful feelings of love and loneliness. Now comes an understanding of the extremes that love and loneliness can lead to — and what it's like to discover that you are not alone in the world. In Someday, David Levithan takes readers further into the lives of A, Rhiannon, Nathan, and the person they may think they know as Reverend Poole, exploring more deeply the questions at the core of Every Day and Another Day: What is a soul? And what makes us human?Praise for Every Day: "A story that is always alluring, oftentimes humorous and much like love itself— splendorous." —Los Angeles Times"Wise, wildly unique." —EW
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2018.
ISBN: 9780399553073
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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sarahbru17 Dec 31, 2018

Characters: 9/10
Plot: 9/10
Writing: 8/10
I found the ending to this much more satisfactory than that of Every Day. It went just as fast as the first one did, and it was a pleasure to read. I loved the new perspectives A got to experience, and I really appreciated the worldbuilding done with the other body-swappers.
The writing itself was a bit dialogue-heavy, and my one problem with it (from a writing perspective) is that there wasn't a ton of tension in the conversations. Most of the characters seemed to say exactly what they meant, particularly Alexander. I understand that he provides a contrast to Justin, who grossly misinterpreted everything, but he's just *too* calm, reasonable, and direct in his communication to come across as realistic. He's an ideal version of a boy, but not one that I can believe is real.
That aside, I zoomed through this book and thoroughly enjoyed it.


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