Every day I am someone else. I am myself - I know I am myself. But I am also someone else. It has always been like this.
Each morning, A wakes up in a different body. There's never any warning about who it will be. There's never any warning about who it will be, but A is used to that. Never get too attached. Avoid being noticed. Do not interfere.
And that's fine - until A wakes up in the body of Justin and meets Justin's girlfriend, Rhiannon. From that moment, the rules by which A has been living no longer apply. Because finally A has found someone he wants to be with - everyday...
Every Day by David Levithan is about a boy who changes body every day where he takes on that person's life just for one day and then the next day he would be someone else. I really really like this book just that I wished the ending was something else but it was still a good ending. This book has many good values in it and I totally agree with it. The love that is being portrayed is so true and beautiful and this is the kind of love that is real.
One thing that I absolutely love about the character is his view of society and human behaviour. He is a person who went through a lot and I love his personality that was developed because of his experiences. There is this particular thought/view that he has that I totally agree with "Race is different purely as a social construction, not as an inherent difference". The thoughts of the male lead is quite mature and I feel that teenagers who picked up this book will learn a lot and probably have a change in their view of the world. The whole story has such great meaning and values in it. The plots of the book is smooth with a good pace. I highly recommend this book to people who loves John Green's writing. I can say it's a bit similar but I like this book more than The fault in our stars. I will definitely read this book again and again and again.