Publish date: September 10th 2013
Pages no: 334
Edition language: English
Series: Every Day (#1)
Some ideas are good, some can be difficult to write. When I pick up Every Day by David Levithan, it the idea that I find interesting, a plot that makes me wonder what happens if we live in a life of someone each day. With the upcoming movie adaptation releasing next year, I am intrigued and it give ...
Do you want to read a book full of love, heartbreak, and meaningful life quotes? Then read Every Day! This story follows a person named A who switches bodies everyday. One day he meets Rhiannon, and he immediately falls head over heels. Will they be able to make it through this messed up life he has...
Wow, this story. I did not expect the punch it gave me. I suggest that you not find out any spoilers before reading it. It does an excellent job of making you really think about what’s important and truly appreciate things. I highly recommend this for teens and adults. It’s great for opening the...
A very different read for me, but nonetheless I was intrigued all throughout. Still not sure whether or not I agree with or wholeheartedly like the main two characters, and a little confused by that ending which was left a bit unresolved.
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