[Reading] ➺ Every Day Author David Levithan – Realestatelawcenter.us

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[Reading] ➺ Every Day Author David Levithan – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Paperback
  • 316 pages
  • Every Day
  • David Levithan
  • Romanian
  • 20 May 2018
  • 9789737079329

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  1. says:

    I m in the minority here I didn t like Every Day, and the I think about the book, the it angers me.The main character, A, is Dr Sam Beckett A quantum leaps from person to person, landing in a different host each day A has no body of A s own, having been leaping since A was an infant at least There are a few rules limiting the leaps 1 A leaps only into a host of approximately the same age, and A appears to age in the same progression as a human that is, A at one is mentally indistinguishable from a human at one At the time of this story, A is sixteen 2 A s leaps have some sort of geographical upper limit the only way for A to, say, leave the state is if the person A leaps into leaves the state that day This limit plus the previous raise questions about what will happen when A gets to be, say, ninety The number of suitable hosts will go down, and their geographical distance will increase And what happens if a host dies while A is in possession 3 A makes the leap at midnight each day It isn t clear whether midnight is relative or absolute i.e., would A leap at 11 P.M if A were in the Central time zone rather than Eastern Does A spend exactly twenty four hours in each host , but relative is implied Which suggests that one way for A to never leap would be to travel west fast enough And what would happen if A po...


  2. says:

    I am not kissing her because I want to, and I am not kissing her because I need to I am kissing her for a reason that transcends want and need, that feels elemental to our existence, a molecular component on which our universe will be built. I have enjoyed Levithan s books in the past, but the magic that other readers found in Every Day just wasn t there for me.Many claims have been made about this book that it is a clever what if science fiction novel, that it explores what it means to be genderless, without a body, and without a family, and that it is an evocative love story I honestly didn t get much sense of any of that.The story is about A someone who wakes up in a different person s body and life every single morning They have always been this way and have come to accept it Until, that is, they end up inside the body of a boy called Justin and fall for Justin s girlfriend, Rhiannon Suddenly, A s many lives revolve around locating Rhiannon and spending time with her Hoping they can be together, and kno...


  3. says:

    What makes us fall in love and what makes us who we are Those are the questions at the heart of this novel, which tells a thoughtful, touching story that will surprise readers with its sentient literary style and gentle feeling.Everyone longs for human connection, but 16 year old A s search for it seems to be a losing proposition Every day, for as long as he can remember, he wakes up in a different body sometimes as a girl, sometimes with a different ethnicity, sometimes with a different sexual orientation He s long recognized the futility of trying to create lasting relationships, but everything changes when he meets Rhiannon, a girl who makes him want things he s never thought possible.This story reminds me of one of my favorite TNG episodes with a similar concept, and A also follows a sort of prime directive in his self imposed policy not to interfere too much in his host s life He is, for the most part, a very likeable protagonist who doesn t wallow in self pity or maudlin emotion, and it s interesting to see how skillfully the author retains A s sense of self and personality even within very different people in very different circumstances One of my favorite things about this book is how we catch a glimpse of all the lives that A touches some of the manifestations are humorous, some of them are incredibly sad, and some of them are downright harrowing There is also a tension and urgency in the story from various different sources, most notably in the for...


  4. says:

    Can you imagine waking up every day in the body of someone else Pretending to be them for a day Being them for a day Your soul traveling from body to body, restless.David Levithan is a very deep type of guy on his way to becoming a philosopher, as I like to believe He creates stories that tackle realities of modern life and depicts profound lead characters that have something intelligent and thoughtful to say about the world.At first, I wasn t convinced about the whole concept I thought it would make the characters feeble in personality or keep us from getting attached to them, somehow Man was I wrong This book isn t a compilation of short stories in the slice of life style It s way than that This reading felt to me like an introduction to the world and to people who inhabit it.Since we re honest here, I didn t love everything about it The romance, most prec...


  5. says:

    The concept for the story is intriguing A is a person that inhabits another person s body for one day Sometimes A is a boy, sometimes a girl A can inhabit different colors of skin and different shapes and sizes A tries to minimize the impact of occupying the body A is supposedly not judgmental Whatever body A inhabits is fine with A.The story is, I believe, about acceptance People come in all shapes, sizes, genders and orientations There is no preference given the above mentioned categories Biology does play a part in a person s makeup, as demonstrated by the chemically depressed girl A inhabited one day which was moving and empathetic Very well written Also well written is the chemical dependence of the addict and physical pain A felt and the act of defying the urge by staying in the bedroom until the end of the day, enduring.Yet I feel like Leviathan is preachy about his own beliefs, pushing his viewpoint whether than just letting the reader think The lack of understanding that gender might effect Rhiannon s attraction and the implication that she is wrong for that isn t fair I m only attracted to men Does that make me a bad person Even though being attracted to one gender is common, A pushes the idea that it s wrong and judgmental whi...


  6. says:

    I wake up the next morning in Beyonce s body 3.5 stars I think I hated this book, even though I was drawn into it like a moth to a flame And by hate, I mean that I did like the book, but found myself frustrated because I was forced to question every single damn thing There was something about the entire story that suffocated the hell out of me My head hurt from trying to figure out how all of this was supposed to work My heart hurt from the presumed hopelessness of the situation Yet, I still kept reading. There has to be some talent hidden in the storytelling if I find myself continuing to work my way toward an ending of which I m uncertain will be positive or negative The closer I got to the end, the worried I became Yet, I still kept reading.If there was ever a book which would make for a great book club discussion, this would probably be it The range of opinion would quite possibly be vast People who tend to want specifics for every detail would pick everything apart, while the dreamers would want to imagine how to change the situation So much happiness can only make me sad Our main character in this book is never described as male or female A is a being who wakes up every day in a different body This person is the very definition of walking a mile in someone else s shoes Mainly it s because A has never had shoes of his her own This is not my body, but it s the body she wants I feel li...


  7. says:

    Wow This was such a feast for my eyes and mind My thoughts after finishing the book SO GOOD I didn t even have time to mark it as currently reading, this is how lost into the story I ve been One of the best books I ve read in quite a while Full review Romance aside, this story is about people All kinds of people in all kinds of scenarios, with different lives and in different environments It s the most wonderful book about what it means to be human.It takes you on a journey around the world not physically but emotionally, it travels through space and bodies and it talks about so many taboo subjects that you can t even imagine. This, my dears, it s a real piece of art I wake up thinking of yesterday.The joy is in remembering the pain is in knowing it was yesterday You can learn a lesson from almost every chapter, you can be in the body and somehow even the mind of all kinds of people, struggling with their problems, creating others, trying to fix the unfixable or to keep untouched the precious moments in their lives.You learn that actions have always consequences, that when you change things you have to...


  8. says:

    Once upon a time, a high school aged girl attempted to make lasagna for her three siblings and their parents As both the youngest child and as someone with quite the reputation as a calamity machine of Amelia Bedelia proportions, she had a lot to prove When her family came home and sat down to dinner, everyone remarked that the lasagna tastedokay, but off They asked her how she made it and she recounted the correct steps and then remarked that it took her a really long time to chop all that garlic She used three cloves of garlic, right Yeswell, what is a clove anyway blank stares As it turns out, our poor lasagna maker used three heads of garlic instead of three cloves We ate that lasagna, and it tasted grosser with each bite, but we consumed it anyway To me, Every Day is like eating a lasagna made with three heads of garlic, only the lasagna is a book and the garlic is agenda The first thing you should know before deciding whether to read this book is that it is wangsty contemporary romance masquera...


  9. says:

    Update Kindle 1.99 special today If you ve never experience David Levithan this is a wonderful book for teens and adults who feel like teens haha What would it be like to wake up in a different body every day And what would it be like to be in love with a person who changed every day What makes us fall in love and what makes us who we are These are the questions at the heart of this novel a touching story.Everyone longs for human connection, but 16 year old A s search for it seems to be losing proposition Every day he wakes up in a different body, sometimes a girl an athlete, or different ethnicity, obese, wealthy, middle class, bi, black, white, drug addict, Academic overachiever, meticulously neat, a person with suicidal thoughts, or any combinations of these attributes A s awareness that he she is never himself herself A s world changes when he she falls in love with Rhiannon Things become difficult, of course,once Rhiannon learns of A s unique circumstance It s hard to fault her Part of the comfort of loving a person is a person s familiar presence And even their physical attraction The struggle that these two must reconcile what they both want is poignant yet still very hopeful By the end of this bittersweet novel your heart may feel split because pure love involves compromise, selflessness, and sacrifice Yet there are many lessons to be found comfort and beauty A is a teen hero He reminds us that no matter how bright, well...


  10. says:

    3.5 stars Once upon a time, I dreamt of being a different person, of waking up one day in a different person s body, preferably of that who was a lot better, if not perfect Beyonce s did occur to me too David Levithan brought this fantasy to life through Every Day and it felt like it aimed to harshly snap the reader back to reality It was like a not so kind moralistic tale that tells you to be happy with who you are, what you have and for the people who surround you Be thankful that tonight when you sleep, you are the same person tomorrow that you ll have today, tomorrow and many tomorrows with the ones you love because there is this teeny tiniest possibility that somewhere out there, someone s life is as ephemeral as that of A s and to tell you honestly, there is nothing I would envy of his or her life.And if the mention of this person A sparked your curiosity, I suggest you read the book because I won t be saying anything than what s already said What I ll tell you is this, Every Day has been in my tbr wish list for a long time now and after reading it, I could say that I m both satisfied and disappointed Satisfied because of the intriguing premise and gorgeous writing but also disappointed because it was an exhausting read Although it was very entertaining, the tone was generally sad and in the end, there were questions than answers although I m sure that s the very point of the story There will always be questions Every answer leads to q...

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