Depressed, Rhiannon had considered who might attend her funeral. But that changed when she made friends and started dating Justin. She was comfortable in their relationship: comfortable making excuses, comfortable swallowing her pride, comfortable in silence. Then one magical day he seems to let go of his anger and resentment, and they spend one unguarded glorious day at the beach. However, the next day, Justin returns to the same brooding, angry boyfriend who doesn’t seem to remember the beautiful day before. A few days later, Amy, a prospective student who wants a tour of the school, seeks out Rhiannon’s help, and then Nathan, a friend’s cousin, approaches her at a party. She soon learns that for a day, Justin, Amy and Nathan were actually A, a soul, spirit, or otherworldly presence that jumps bodies day after day after day. When A contacts Rhiannon, she is torn between her comfortable world and the promise of something better. Levithan released this companion novel to Every Day told from Rhiannon’s point of view. Rhiannon’s journey from her comfortable but demeaning relationship with Justin to hope and belief in A’s world will have readers falling in love with Levithan’s story again.
|Page Count||336 pages|
|Publisher||Knopf Books for Young Readers|
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