Book Review: Every Day by David Levithan (Book 1)

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction

Age Recommended: 14 and up

This was one of the books that my dad got me for my birthday!! I liked the concept of the book a lot, but once it got to the suspenseful part, I was a little reluctant to read further and finish the book because I knew that there weren’t enough pages left in the book for everything that needed to happen.

every day


A is a sixteen-year-old boy who has a secret. He wakes up everyday in someone else’s body. He has no body of his own, and every morning, he must access the memories of the body he is in to figure out what the person is like. He then has to pretend to be that person for an entire day until midnight, where he becomes another person.

A doesn’t mind this very much, except the bad days where he wakes up hungover or as a junkie. Those are the worst. However, one day, he wakes up in the body of a boy named Justin, and after spending the day with Rhiannon, Justin’s girlfriend, A finds himself falling in love with her.

Every day after that, A, in his host body, finds a way to meet Rhiannon. After a few days, he decides to trust her with his secret, something he’s never done before. Rhiannon doesn’t believe him at first, but eventually begins to.

However, one day, A forgets to wipe a boy’s memory of the day that he was a host and the boy ends up tracking A down. The boy releases a story to the media about a devil taking control of his body and a hunt begins for people that have felt the same thing.

Will A be able to escape this alive?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Every Day


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