Every Day – is fine, except for the last day

Posted: May 31, 2015 in Fiction

Glenn Hates Books

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3 of 5 Selfish-Cunt Stars – Every Day by David Levithan.

This is a very compelling love story. Unfortunately, that’s all it is. A love story. With its premise of an entity who wakes up in a different teenage body every day, it could have been so much more than a love story.

This entity, named simply ‘A’, wakes up one day as an asshole jock who just happens to have a sweet, beautiful girlfriend. A falls instantly in love with said girlfriend, and takes her on a fabulous, unforgettable journey to the beach.

And so begins their strange affair. As A wakes up the next day as a 16 year old girl, all she can think about is Rhiannon, the girlfriend from the day before. So, A begins to insert herself into Rhiannon’s life. Every time she/he wakes up as a different person, she finds a way to get…

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Comments
  1. I feel as if one dimensional stories aren’t worth reading

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  2. gegrizzle says:

    I don’t know if I’d call it one dimensional per se. It’s actually a great story. The ending was just total bullshit.

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