Book Review: Every Day by David Levithan

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Read from August 5th to October 7th, 2019.

I did enjoy the beginning of David Levithan’s novel, Every Day a lot. The premise of someone changing lives everyday was super interesting and quick to draw me in.

I’d say there were a few moments in the book when I didn’t feel the romance was authentic, especially in scenes where I felt things escalated quickly during conversations. However, the book’s circumstances were unusual so anything could happen, I suppose.

Mostly, I enjoyed the perspective of someone living all these lives and sharing what that was like. I learned how people different from me interact with the world via these little chapter stories.

I’m giving Every Day by David Levithan 4 out of 5 stars. My rating system is the following:

  • My rating system stands: 5/5 is a knock out of the park; this book deserves to be read by everyone. 4/5 is, “I really liked it,” but it did have a couple of kinks. 3/5 is, “I believe there are a lot of people who would enjoy this book, but for one reason or another, it didn’t sit well with me.” 2/5 is, “I really didn’t enjoy it and I’m not going to recommend it.” 1/5 is, “no one read this – throw it in a lake.”

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