Every Day

Every Day Every day a different body Every day a different life Every day in love with the same girl There s never any warning about where it will be or who it will be A has made peace with that even establish

  • Title: Every Day
  • Author: David Levithan
  • ISBN: 9780307931887
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Every day a different body Every day a different life Every day in love with the same girl.There s never any warning about where it will be or who it will be A has made peace with that, even established guidelines by which to live Never get too attached Avoid being noticed Do not interfere.It s all fine until the morning that A wakes up in the body of Justin and meetEvery day a different body Every day a different life Every day in love with the same girl.There s never any warning about where it will be or who it will be A has made peace with that, even established guidelines by which to live Never get too attached Avoid being noticed Do not interfere.It s all fine until the morning that A wakes up in the body of Justin and meets Justin s girlfriend, Rhiannon From that moment, the rules by which A has been living no longer apply Because finally A has found someone he wants to be with day in, day out, day after day.

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    • Kathryn says:

      I'm in the minority here: I didn't like Every Day, and the more I think about the book, the more it angers me.The main character, A, is Dr. Sam Beckett; A quantum-leaps from person to person, landing in a different host each day. A has no body of A's own, having been leaping since A was an infant at least. There are a few rules limiting the leaps:1. A leaps only into a host of approximately the same age, and A appears to age in the same progression as a human (that is, A at one is mentally indis [...]

    • Emily May says:

      I am not kissing her because I want to, and I am not kissing her because I need to - I am kissing her for a reason that transcends want and need, that feels elemental to our existence, a molecular component on which our universe will be built.I have enjoyed Levithan's books in the past, but the magic that other readers found in Every Day just wasn't there for me.Many claims have been made about this book - that it is a clever "what if" science fiction novel, that it explores what it means to be [...]

    • Wendy Darling says:

      What makes us fall in love--and what makes us who we are? Those are the questions at the heart of this novel, which tells a thoughtful, touching story that will surprise readers with its sentient literary style and gentle feeling.Everyone longs for human connection, but 16-year-old A.'s search for it seems to be a losing proposition. Every day, for as long as he can remember, he wakes up in a different body: sometimes as a girl, sometimes with a different ethnicity, sometimes with a different se [...]

    • LolaReviewer says:

      Can you imagine waking up every day in the body of someone else? Pretending to be them for a day? Being them for a day? Your soul traveling from body to body, restless.David Levithan is a very deep type of guy… on his way to becoming a philosopher, as I like to believe. He creates stories that tackle realities of modern life and depicts profound lead characters that have something intelligent and thoughtful to say about the world.At first, I wasn’t convinced about the whole concept. I though [...]

    • Stacia (the 2010 club) says:

      I wake up the next morning in Beyonce's body.3.5 stars. I think I hated this book, even though I was drawn into it like a moth to a flame. And by hate, I mean that I did like the book, but found myself frustrated because I was forced to question every single damn thing. There was something about the entire story that suffocated the hell out of me. My head hurt from trying to figure out how all of 'this' was supposed to work. My heart hurt from the presumed hopelessness of the situation. Yet, I s [...]

    • Nancy says:

      The concept for the story is intriguing - A is a person that inhabits another person's body for one day. Sometimes A is a boy, sometimes a girl. A can inhabit different colors of skin and different shapes and sizes. A tries to minimize the impact of occupying the body. A is supposedly not judgmental. Whatever body A inhabits is fine with A.The story is, I believe, about acceptance. People come in all shapes, sizes, genders and orientations. There is no preference given the above mentioned catego [...]

    • Ariana says:

      Wow! This was such a feast for my eyes and mind!My thoughts after finishing the book: SO GOOD! I didn't even have time to mark it as currently-reading, this is how lost into the story I've been. One of the best books I've read in quite a while!Full review:Romance aside, this story is about people All kinds of people in all kinds of scenarios, with different lives and in different environments. It's the most wonderful book about what it means to be human.It takes you on a journey around the world [...]

    • Flannery says:

      Once upon a time, a high school-aged girl attempted to make lasagna for her three siblings and their parents. As both the youngest child and as someone with quite the reputation as a calamity machine of Amelia Bedelia proportions, she had a lot to prove. When her family came home and sat down to dinner, everyone remarked that the lasagna tastedokay, but off. They asked her how she made it and she recounted the correct steps and then remarked that it took her a really long time to chop all that g [...]

    • Aj the Ravenous Reader says:

      3.5 stars Once upon a time, I dreamt of being a different person, of waking up one day in a different person’s body, preferably of that who was a lot better, if not perfect. (Beyonce’s did occur to me too.^^) David Levithan brought this fantasy to life through Every Day and it felt like it aimed to harshly snap the reader back to reality. It was like a not so kind moralistic tale that tells you to be happy with who you are, what you have and for the people who surround you. Be thankful that [...]

    • Elyse says:

      Update: Kindle $1.99 special today! If you've never experience David Levithan --this is a wonderful book ---(for teens and adults who feel like 'teens'haha) What would it be like to wake up in a different body every day? And what would it be like to be in love with a person who changed every day? What makes us fall in love--and what makes us who we are? These are the questions at the heart of this novel a touching story.Everyone longs for human connection, but 16 year old *A's* search for it see [...]

    • Maureen says:

      4.5/5 stars This was just a beautiful book.

    • Lindsey Rey says:

      WOW.

    • Laura says:

      Why do I remember a time spent driving around all day with wind and music in my hair as if it was yesterday, but can’t recall one detail about my high school graduation? Some days stick. Others fade away. A life mysteryI hope forever remains a mystery.One day at a time. Live every day to the fullest. Be in the moment. Day to day. Today is a new day. See you tomorrow…Are just a few of the common expressions that Mr. Levithan blows up and almost redefines in the pages of Every Day. A book that [...]

    • Ecmel Soylu says:

      Yerle bir olmuş gibi hissediyorum :')İki satır bir şey yazıp hemen gidicem çünkü kitabı okumak için yapmam gereken ne varsa erteledim ve şuan nefes almadan hazırlanmam lazım.Akşama doğru "Ay biraz okuyayım, zaten yarın yola çıkıcaz yanıma alırım." düşüncesiyle başlayan eylemlerim, yerimden kalkmadan kitabı bitirmemle sona ermiş bulunmakta. Her şeyi çok sevdim ama bahsedecek vaktim yok dediğim gibi ama şuna değinmeden geçemicem, bazen yazarlar felsefi düşünce [...]

    • Blythe says:

      WARNING: POSSIBLE SPOILERSActual Rating: 4.5 stars Despite what you might think from my rating, I really, truly loved this book. I want to give this book a full five star rating so much, but, regardless of how much I think this book deserves a five star rating, and how much I want to give it a five star rating, I just can't bring myself to give it that. A has an indeterminate gender, an indeterminate family, and even indeterminate name. Each and every day, A finds himself waking up in a new body [...]

    • Komal says:

      David Levithan formed the perfect hypothesis, but he failed to design an experiment, plan an observation or conduct a research and quench the bits which mattered the most. Instead, he took the easier route out and declared the result unreachable when it could have, so easily, been created right out of the never-emptying vaults of his mind.Sometimes, an author gets a brilliant idea, an idea that is out of this world, untried, new and unique and awaiting to challenge him and his readers alike. Dav [...]

    • Councillor says:

      Every Day is a peculiar book with a very original theme - a book about a character who wakes up in the body of a different person every day. One day A, our main protagonist, might be a boy who treats his girlfriend badly, another day A might wake up as a girl addicted to drugs but whatever the body A awakens in is like, A's mind always remains the same. A grows with the experiences, learns the same things others do only A has to adapt to different environments, A has to learn that there is nob [...]

    • Mario says:

      This was one of those books that I knew I was going to give 5 stars from page one. It's just brilliant. I loved every single thing about it. I loved the writing style, characters, story, how it dealt with sooo many important themes just everything. I especially enjoyed reading from A's point of view. I loved his way of thinking so much.And it really made me think about life, and some things that I haven't thought about before. And I love when a book does that.Can't wait for to sequel to come out [...]

    • Kate (GirlReading) says:

      4.25* MY HEART HURTS. 😭Every Day has to be one of the most interesting and unique stories I've ever read. I wasn't too sure what to expect going into it but I definitely wasn't expecting to enjoy it as much as I did. I loved how it explored so many aspects of humanity, how we look at others and what makes us who we are. We got to delve into the lives of so many different people, in such an intimate way and it was absolutely fantastic. I picked this up on a total whim and I'm so happy that I d [...]

    • Cristina says:

      OMG! 😮 Why didn't I read this sooner?! I've known about this book for years! And the trailer from the movie made me wanna read it now. Thank God for it! So I really liked the idea of the book. Original, like nothing else. If I could live every day in someone else's body, I would read every day without feeling guilty that I have to prepare things for the next day or that I have certain responsibilities for my future. Because there would be no consequences! I am so curious how the movie will be [...]

    • Bren says:

      WARNING: THIS BOOK IS NOT FOR EVERYONE.With that said, I put this book as one of my favorites. When I finished my feelings were all over the place, that I needed time to collect them. Now its been months and this book still makes my heart beat faster, my palms get sweaty, and I am eager to see where "A" will be next. You see this is a tale like no other. David Levithan has messed with my head, in a way that I am grateful for. He made me think and choose between ideas and feelings I never thought [...]

    • Grace (BURTSBOOKS) says:

      3.5 starsEvery day is a book about a person/being called A that switches bodies every day. One day when A is in the body of a boy named Justin, A falls in love with Justin's girlfriend. This book is a hit or miss type of book and while I understand a lot of the criticisms it gets I quite enjoyed it. The concept of Everyday to me is extremely interesting. The idea of a genderless being moving from body to body daily is captivating and although some of the rules surrounding this concept are a litt [...]

    • Laz says:

      This was magnificent. It was a heart-stopping read. It was too realistic without being non-fiction. A boy who changes bodies every day. A girl who's helplessly in love with someone who doesn't return her love. What can these two have in common? Everything and nothing. It's a heartbreaking love story told from the perspective of a boy who's only ever known impermanence. Every day he wakes up in someone else's body, he gets to be that person, he gets access to their memories and to their lives and [...]

    • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

      I immediately started sobbing after closing the book because I am just devastated to be leaving it behind me. I can definitely imagine how A must feel every day when A wakes up as someone else. My heart hurts. This book was phenomenal. Absolutely phenomenal. I'm terrified to read the sequel bc of just how much this book meant to me. Also- RHIANNON. She was just Amazing. David Levithan wrote her so well. I feel like I fell in love with her right alongside A. I JUST CAN'T WITH THIS BOOK. I'm feeli [...]

    • Grace (LovingDemBooks) Z. says:

      Buy this book on: | | Barnes and Noble | Audible | BookDepository (FREE WORLDWIDESHIPPING) |3 out of 5 stars (Please read my rating system further below). Woah. This book really made me think. What would you do, if the person you loved woke up as a different person every single day??? Could you love them??? What would you make of their appearance?? Even if they didn't really have one???? These questions constantly arose while listening to this audiobook. Btw, if you sign up for an Audible 30 da [...]

    • Anne says:

      I have a complicated relationship with this book. On the one hand, the premise is SUPER GREAT. He bodyswaps every single day, but I really could've used even more bodyswapping. UGH BODYSWAPPING, I WANT TO ROLL AROUND IN IT. And I read the whole book in a day, which, like, I barely even finish books anymore, so that's impressive, and there is definitely huge talent in writing something where the reader wants to know what happens next. The storyline with Nathan was greaaaaaat (except for the letdo [...]

    • Wendy F says:

      Why do you read books?I read books because they transport me somewhere else. I go on adventures, fall in love, grieve, laugh I find best friends, and sometimes I lose best friends. This is the first time that I've read a book and actually felt alone lonely.Imagine, you have nobody of your own. Every day you have a new mother, new father, new life you drift from body to body, without any real roots or anything that you can call your own. The MC, 'A', kept trying to convince Rhiannon, and us as th [...]

    • Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd) says:

      *4.5/5 starsThis book was absolutely fantastic, just another in the long line of amazing books I've read by David Levithan this year. The end wasn't quite what I wanted it to be, but I loved A so much and absolutely loved the story.

    • Kelli says:

      There is a reason that a book is at a 4 star rating with close to 50k reviews. I loved this book and it really sums up everything I love about reading fiction. The story was inventive and compelling, the writing was good, but through all of it ( I want to be vague so as not to spoil the storymeone please teach me how to hide spoilers so I can write more thorough reviews!!) there was insight into so many different lives and lifestyles that made me think. This book left me thinking about first lov [...]

    • Nihan says:

      Hüzünlendim, gözlerim doldu. Çok güzeldi ya. Favorilerim arasına girdi. :'(

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