Another Day

Another Day

eBook - 2015
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The eagerly anticipated companion novel to the New York Times bestseller Every Day. Bestselling author David Levithan (co-author of Will Grayson, Will Grayson with John Green) tells Rhiannon's side of the story as she seeks to discover the truth about love and how it can change you. Every day is the same for Rhiannon. She has accepted her life, convinced herself that she deserves her distant, temperamental boyfriend, Justin. She's even established guidelines by which to live: Don't be too needy. Avoid upsetting him. Never get your hopes up. But one morning everything changes. Justin wants to be with her for the first time, and they share a perfect day—a perfect day Justin doesn't remember the next morning. Confused, depressed and desperate for another great day, Rhiannon starts questioning everything. Until a stranger tells her that the Justin she spent that day with—the one who made her feel like a real person—wasn't Justin at all. David Levithan is an award-winning and New York Times-bestselling author of young adult books, including Every Day, How They Met, Two Boys Kissing, Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist (with Rachel Cohn) and Will Grayson, Will Grayson (with John Green). He lives in New Jersey and spends his days in New York, editing and publishing other people's books. 'Levithan is fearless in his writing and absolutely assumes that the teenagers he writes for can comprehend, enjoy and relate to complicated, full and enveloping emotions, and this unflinching faith in his readership has once again led him to write another contemporary classic.' Readings 'Every bit as compelling as its companion...With his characters feeling everything from depression, confusion, desperation, anger and a fair amount of teenage angst right through to joy, and elation in the end David Levithan leaves them, and us, with hope.' Salty Popcorn 'Levithan's self-conscious, analytical style marries perfectly with the plot. His musings on love, longing and human nature knit seamlessly with A's journey. Readers will devour his trademark poetic wordplay and cadences that feel as fresh as they were when he wrote Boy Meets Boy (2003). An awe-inspiring, thought-provoking reminder that love reaches beyond physical appearances or gender.' Kirkus Reviews on Every Day.
Publisher: 2015.
ISBN: 9781922253149
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Mar 20, 2017

I rather enjoyed this book when I didn't think I was going to. I adored the first one and was very skeptical about reading this story from Rhiannon's side. However, I gave it an honest try and the story affected me just as much as it did the first time. It was beautiful and I enjoyed watching Rhiannon grow into her own person alongside A and see the whole situation from her point of view.

The only thing that troubled me was the ending. It left it open for there to be more to the story and that is where I would be upset. Because one of the beautiful things about this particular story was its ending. And that's why I was okay with there being a "second" book because it wasn't a sequel. It was a companion. But if Levithan continues this story...I won't be as interested because I like to think that how it ended in "Every Day" was how it should have ended.

Apr 30, 2016

I'm echoing what most people have said about Another Day. Levithan's writing is great as usual, but the same story from an alternate perspective wasn't necessary (although if this one came first before Every Day, reviews might be different).

Dec 28, 2015

This book was good but not as great as The first book in the series. I just did not find Rhiannon story as interesting as A's story. When she was dealing Him/her it was the best parts of the book. The parts when she was on her own and dealing with the Justin drama did not interest me as much. This book could be read as a stand alone novel but I think it would be better appreciated if you have read the first book.

Dec 15, 2015

I read this without first reading "Every Day" and found that it was a thoroughly compelling read on its own. The description of Rhiannon's relationship with Justin told thru her eyes rang so very true that I imagine this book could be a great intro to discussing abusive relationships with teens, or anyone else for that matter.

Oct 30, 2015

"Another Day" is the sequel to David Levithan's book "Every Day," following the same story from Rhiannon's point of view this time. This book was a great companion to "Every Day" -- it gave the perfect background to what Rhiannon was thinking during this whole period of time and what she was going through with Justin, her boyfriend.

This book talks about some really "real" stuff for young adult readers, just like "Every Day" did. Rhiannon is in an extremely emotionally abusive relationship with Justin. She is constantly walking on eggshells and anticipating his anger at most things she does. You are left cheering for A to win her over, knowing even if they are in such a weird situation, at least she won't be with Justin anymore.

If you read "Every Day," you'd be missing out on most of the story if you don't read this one.

Thank you to the publisher for providing me with a copy in exchange for my honest review

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