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  • Heartbreaker

    This book is beautiful, the plot is georgous and the writing style is astonishing. I will avoid a summarry, as I will be sure to give away the entire book. If you aren't that into reading, this book will be sure to spark something beautiful inside, something you may not know you had.

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  • Loved it

    The book was amazin witha plot twist at the end !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¡!¡!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 4 stars

    Every Day is a magical realism novel that tells the story of A., a teenage soul that wakes up every day in a different body, not knowing why or how this happens. One day, A. wakes up in the body of Justin, the boyfriend of a girl named Rhiannon. A. quickly realizes that they have fallen in love with Rhiannon and embarks on a daily journey to find her no matter what body they inhabit. Every Day is beautifully and lyrically written. It was such a pleasure to read just because of the writing style. But there was one other aspect that I absolutely loved about this book, and that is Levithan’s acknowledgement of diversity in the form of gender fluidity, mental illness, racial and class differences, and even struggles with substance abuse. The character of A. identifies with no gender, and frequently mentions being attracted to both men and women. They can’t seem to understand why people are so afraid of gender fluidity and gender identity. Levithan also gives a nod to mental health issues, allowing the reader inside A.’s head as they inhabit the body of people with varying degrees of mental illness. This was approached so wonderfully. A. also inhabited the bodies of people of different races, body types, religions, and social and economic classes - and it was fascinating to read about the public’s reaction to A. when they were in these bodies. It was like a mini sociological experiment, which is something that is right up my alley. I wish I could describe the way these scenes were presented in more detail, but alas, I am not as eloquent as David Levithan and therefore I will leave the writing to the master and suggest you check out the book for yourself.

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  • so romantic

    I watched the movie and i cryed. This story is the best i read the book 6 times and i lost track of the times i watched the movie. Trust me, you will love this book!!!check out the movie on netflix if you like the book.

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  • Good

    It was okay, but I didn't like the ending. I read this book because it was an lgbtq book. I don't think that I would read it again though.

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