It kind of reminded me of the film Fallen, with Denzel Washington, and yet it was different in so many ways.
I felt for A, jumping to a different body every day, although this gives A an insight into what makes people alike and yet so uniquely different.
Gender neutral, A falls in love with Rhiannon and has to come to terms with the harsh reality of the situation. Having no choice where A will be and how could they make it work in the grand scheme of things?
It’s not a favourite read of mine, and to be honest I can’t fault it. But it just didn’t connect with me, as it did with so many others, that being said so many can’t be wrong and I am still glad I read it.
If you are a lover of YA and want to read something which navigates away from the ordinary, then this is the book for you.
Every Day (Every Day 1)
by David Levithan