Today’s Book Spotlight is on Every Day by: David Levithan.
A wakes up in a completely different body every day. Boy, girl, rich, poor, fat, thin, sick, healthy, A has been everyone. This has been going on for as long as A can remember. It’s a lonely life, drifting from body to body, learning a new set of rules for a new life, but A has managed pretty spectacularly for the past sixteen years. That is, until A inhabits the body of a boy named Justin and meets his girlfriend Rhiannon.
Rhiannon is unlike anyone A has ever met before. She is beautiful, genuinely kind, and someone that A just can’t let go. Then, A does the unthinkable: A falls in love. From that moment on, A’s new purpose in life is to meet Rhiannon again, and A will use any and every body they wake up in to do it.
This starts to take a toll on A, Rhiannon, and the people whose body A inhabits. They start to remember things and it gets dangerous. A knows that they need to leave Rhiannon be and move on with their life, but it becomes harder and harder to do as A falls deeper and deeper in love with Rhiannon.
Every Day isn’t your average love story. The trials and tribulations A and Rhiannon go through are much more than your typical characters in a romance novel go through, and this novel tries to answer the question of whether true love can last through literally anything. If you like romance, drama, and thrills, then you might be interested in this book. It is also one of the nominees for the Louisiana Teen Reader’s Choice Awards. To reserve a copy, please fill out a book request form.