When I picked up Every Day, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. I knew that David’s book were popular with the interwebz and that he was a prolific writer, but I did not know much about the kinds of stories he wrote. Every Day is unusually, a simple book to explain: A has no body, no gender, no sexuality. A wakes up in a different stranger’s body every morning and has to live their life for a day, until A is whisked away at midnight only to repeat the process again tomorrow. A tries not to interfere too much in people’s lives, until he meet Rhiannon, falls in love, and starts to break the rules one by one. Continue reading “Every Day”