Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on June 17, 2017
So I was a little conflicted when I started reading this book because I was expecting more of "Every day" and not Rhiannon's story. But I liked seeing the repercussions of the character "A"'s actions and how it played out in real life for her. I am wanting to read the third book in the series if the author gets it done. I missed having more of the lbgt characters, that one has come to expect in a David Levithan novel. I would recommend this to one who has read "Every Day" because I do feel that it gives you more of the understanding of Rhiannon's character and her choices that she had to make.So it is a nice follow up to the frist book.
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