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By Barbara Schultz, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Third novel digs deeper into themes of equality, morality.

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Once again, David Levithan has created a fascinating world inhabited by bodiless people as well as humans, and he's upped the ante for Rhiannon and A with an epic moral struggle. Levithan has a remarkable talent for drawing teen characters, and for elegantly raising personal and topical issues without hitting his readers over the head with them. Someday doesn't stand on its own quite as well as Another Day does, but readers who enjoyed Every Day and Another Day will certainly want to follow the story of this couple and the other endearing bodiless and human teens that populate the novel.

There's just one little flaw that teen readers and their parents will likely notice: In the world of this book, teens' main social media platform is still Facebook.

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