A young adult novel rooted in romance, fantastical elements, and unwanted adventures, David Levithan explores adolescence through a variety of gender roles, sexual orientations, familial differences, and struggling mindsets. In Every Day, A wakes up in a different body everyday, unable to take anything with him besides his memories – that is, until he meets Rhiannon. However, Rhiannon isn’t the only encounter that turns A’s life upside down. When Nathan wakes up in the middle of nowhere with no recollection of what happened to him, he goes public with the only explanation he can muster, which only proves to be calamitous for A’s future. This novel is the perfect selection for any teen who’s feeling like an outcast or as though no one might understand what’s going on in their lives. Absolutely everyone will find at least one character to relate to in this creatively insightful novel.
MLA citation: Levithan, David. Every day. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2012. Print.