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Another Day

By Andrea Beach, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Thought-provoking, inventive teen romance with a twist.

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David Levithan has created a thought-provoking and utterly believable teen romance by turning the events of the bestselling Every Day inside out and upside down. The premise is simplicity itself: telling the events of his earlier novel from Rhiannon's perspective. But the achievement is much more elegant than that. The novel both stands firmly on its own and is a perfect companion to the first installment.

As we've come to expect, his character's voice is rock solid and compelling and guides the reader through an exploration of love, attraction, identity, gender, and our relationships with our own and others' bodies. The fantastical element is so firmly grounded in the book's reality that teen readers will ask themselves, as Rhiannon frequently does, "If this is possible, what else is possible?"

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