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someday (edição: 2018)

de David Levithan (Autor), Full Cast (Reader)

Séries: Every Day (3)

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When A discovers there are others who wake up in a different person's body every day, A gains new understanding of the extremes where love and loneliness can lead. Told from multiple perspectives.
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Título:someday
Autores:David Levithan (Autor)
Outros autores:Full Cast (Reader)
Informação:Books On Tape (2018)
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I loved the first book in this series, but have felt slightly underwhelmed with each passing book that I read. I appreciate the way that this ended but agree with some of the other reviews that I read stating that other readers were more interested in the side stories of the other characters who were like A but had never met him. I enjoyed seeing their take on their strange life and how they were choosing to live similarly or very differently from A. I still greatly value the morals and messages of this book, but it felt slower than the other book. I was over 80% of the way through it and wasn't sure if we were going to have any resolution at all. A's growth in this book didn't feel all that great compared the first 2 books which may explain where my lack of enthusiasm for the book is coming from. Overall, I'm glad I read this final installment in the series but feel A's growth could have been more significant. ( )
  courty4189 | Mar 24, 2021 |
New perspectives in this book made this a cool read, which had me paying closer attention to who was narrating and when. I also felt like the ending worked well for all of my favorite characters, while answering some major questions about how people like A existed and how they could stop existing. I'm really glad I finished the series :)

The most thought provoking perspective A spent a day in was the boy with Attention Deficit Disorder, where the body had so much control over the mind and forced A into the present and could not stop talking, or changing focus. Having worked with people with ADHD at scout camp and after having family members with more mild manifestations of the same experiences, it was so interesting, but so exhausting at the same time. The stream of consciousness was so accurate to what I imagine living is like. ( )
  Emma.June.Lyon | Feb 23, 2021 |
This was one of those books I just couldn't make myself pick up at home, but was always looking forward to getting back to at work. Don't ask me why. But that is essentially why it has taken me three weeks to finish this.

I had given up hope that we would ever get a third book in this series, but suddenly there it was and I was beyond excited! And I really enjoyed this as well, it picked up the conflict we were left with at the end of Another Day and then really expanded the story and world.

My main critique is that I think the pacing was off (but I'm not sure how that might've been related to me reading the first 200 pages over 3 weeks and the last 200 pages today). For a long time, nothing was really happening at all, and then suddenly we were back into the plot - but overall it was okay and I did like the book. ( )
  j_tuffi | May 30, 2020 |
This book was a good concept but felt like it was just thrown together. It was all over the place to me, as if the author did not know which direction they should have gone in.
I feel there should have been more to X and A's learning about themselves and discovering others, like the mini stories within the book. I was left wondering of those travelers and outcomes, over A and Rhiannon repeated love story. I understand the jumping of the bodies, but the jumping around with the overall plot left a stale taste in my mouth. The A and X climax felt so late in the story and was mediocre at best.
Furthermore, I was absolutely not a fan of Rhiannon in this book. Her side came off as pretentious, over analytical, and was infinitely whiny to me. I was irritated with this character as she obviously can't decide what she wants. If she wanted to be with A, then don't complain about how their life is! She already knew that! Not to mention stringing along Alexander is just rude. I dreaded reading her chapters and desired their quick ending.
I did enjoy how well David Levithan portrayed mental and physical reactions in his writing. My favorite chapter was when A was in Alvin. It was so accurately and descriptively written. It got me excited in the story again. I also enjoyed the equality march incorporation. Especially when A saw everyone all together. How we are all different but as base the same.
The best thing about this book was the ending. Not in the fact that it was over; far from it. It was the hope that was left in Peter and Liam finding each other again. In A reaching out reaching out to M. The hope that we are not alone in the world.
This book had so much potential and while I enjoyed reading it, I could only imagine what it could have been.
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  mimi_bookdragon | Dec 13, 2019 |
A’s love story continues in this sequel to Every Day. When last we saw him in “Every Day,” A had decided to leave town because, though he didn’t want to leave Rhiannon, Poole was after him. He set Rhiannon up to be with Alexander, the boy whose body he’d been inhabiting that day, and left town.

Now far away in Denver, A continued to live his many lives. Every day he wondered how Rhiannon was doing, missing her, but feeling he’d made a good decision. For her part Rhiannon missed him too. She felt as if she and Alexander were good together, but he wasn’t A.

Poole returned, now calling himself X, and went after Nathan demanding A’s return. Nathan sought help from Rhiannon, who had already been in contact with A. It is up to A to figure out a way to safely return without getting caught up in X’s diabolical plans, while also wondering if there’s a way for him and Rhiannon to be together again.

Told from multiple points of views, readers get to see what’s inside X’s head as well as the thoughts of others who also change bodies every day. Levithan makes readers wonder if there really are people in the world that can inhabit our bodies for one day and we’d never know. Are there? Have they? I hear the strains of Twilight Zone music playing…

Recommended for teens ages 15 and older.

Book review link: https://shouldireaditornot.wordpress.com/2019/12/07/someday-by-david-levithan/ ( )
  sunshinealma | Dec 7, 2019 |
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