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Another Day Paperback – January 3, 2017
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Gr 10 Up—In Every Day (Knopf, 2012), Levithan presented the story of A, a teenager who wakes up daily in other teens' bodies. During one of those "hops," A meets Rhiannon, the beautiful but insecure girlfriend of a boy who treats her as nothing more than an object for his needs. This companion novel gives readers the story from Rhiannon's point of view and her growing affection for A (who she is most attracted to when inhabiting a male body, despite the character not identifying as male or female). Rhiannon's character development is solid: she goes from a needy doormat who thinks that because Justin does not hit her or cheat on her that he is a good boyfriend into a person who goes after what she wants. Things do not go smoothly along the way, as she finds ways to meet A, which destroys her relationship with Justin and impacts her reputation. Still, she and A fall for each other, and though the story ends with a resolution that A thinks is best for her, in this volume's conclusion we see that she may not accept that decision so readily. Although much of the novel is a repeat of the first work, readers who have not read Every Day will be lost. The action moves at a leisurely pace but not so much that the narrative becomes boring. Frequent episodes of underage drinking and sex makes this title more suitable for older teens. VERDICT Purchase where A's original story is popular.—Suanne B. Roush, formerly at Osceola High School, Seminole, FL --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
“…a richly developed story that takes readers deep into its co-protagonists’ beings…. Though Levithan considers this to be the earlier novel’s “twin,” it has a separate, deeply satisfying identity and can be read on its own.” —Booklist starred review
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I know this isn't the sequel, and quite frankly I would rather read about the whole "devil" thing that A has to deal with figuring out than what happens to Rhiannon and him as a sequel , but this is a love story that I hold dear.
While Every Day gives you this eye opening view of different life perspectives , Another Day is much more standard- & I don't mean this in a bad way, I mean it in an honest way - how else would it be? It tells the story all over again of Rhiannon and A's love story but from her point of view. As excited as I was to know her story, I really wanted to know her side of the ending. **SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVE NOT READ EVERY DAY** Does she fall for who A leaves her ? Does she accept him , is he kind, will/does it work ?
Like some of the reviews I started to dislike Rhiannon, not because she is a bad character, but because she kind of treated A in the way Justin treated her. Which I feel naturally happens when you leave a bad relatiobship, you project and now she could speak her mind and she was. It was just hard seeing her snip at A a lot when all she wanted was to be loved and understood by someone , and now here it is , and here she is trying to mold it too much into her way. There are instances where she tries to see life from A's point of view, but that never lasts long. Alas she is 16 and most teenagers do have an-all-about-me tunnel vision about life. I give it 4 stars because it was still interesting, I love different point of views and I feel David Levithan is beautiful at it. He did good getting into a young girls brain; I give it 4 stars not only because Every day is better- I was kicked in the gut at the end of this book in a different way , but for the very last line in it. The very last line.
Won't give that away but if you read it you will know why.