This was probably one of the most fun YA novels I’ve read this year. And it’s not really that much of a surprise, coming from David Levithan (author of Boy Meets Boy, Every Day, and Six Earlier Days), whom I love, and John Green, whom I’ve heard such good things about.
When I finished reading Every Day, I was sad. I was sad about the way that things worked out for the narrator, but I was also just plain old sad that it ended.
I really liked most of this book. The premise is really easy to catch on to, and unlike other “stuck in a stranger’s body” type narratives I’ve read or see on television, this one really seemed to touch deeper on the philosophical and moral issues.
I cannot possibly say enough good things about this book.