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Every Day

Every Day - David Levithan Another strong book by Levithan, but the end left me wanting, and expecting, a sequel.

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I really enjoyed the insight the main character had about different people he(?) inhabited throughout his life. I liked how he(?) saw them all as human, regardless of their problems, idiosyncracies, and differences. He(?) didn't think all were admirable, but all were human and not automatically labeled villains.

Let me explain the question mark after "he." The main character was without gender and inhabited both male and female bodies along the way. "He" was comfortable with either gender. I say "he" mainly because the relationship between the love interest seemed to be most comfortable as a heterosexual relationship.