Great New Read in the CRC

     Levithan, D. (2012). Every day. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

  Every Day is a story that stays with you long after the last page is read.  The premise is fascinating:  “A” wakes up every morning in a different body.  He has no permanent name or even gender.  The only consistency is his age as the bodies he inhabits continue to age.  A seems to accept his fate until he meets Rhiannon, and then he wants desperately to form a relationship that lasts more than one day.  Further complications arise when one of his host bodies contacts him and accuses A of something horrible.    Before you check out our copy of David Levithan’s Every Day, be sure to check to see if it is a available.  This one is sure to be popular and off the shelf this winter.  Also, title and keyword searches must be Every Day (two words), not Everyday (one word).

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