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There will always be more questions. Every answer leads to more questions. The only way to survive is to let some of them go.
This is heartbreaking, but at the same time, let me press the CAPSLOCK button first and then, THIS BOOK LANDED ON MY FAVORITE LIST! Every Day, every single page paved way for A to realize something he/she thinks he/she already know, but eventually he/she doesn’t.
The story reminded me quite a lot of my another favorite book, The Time Traveler’s Wife, but as the story unfolds, Every Day's plot diverted into a less traveled path which I think only David Levithan has the capability of making that travel on that kind-of-plot-not-always-taken into an enjoying, self discovering journey everyone can relate to no matter how unique A's condition is compared to all of us.
I cried all night, I was glued to every page. In that way, in a good note (which will always be), I will now sum this review up.