Seal of Approval: EVERY DAY by David Levithan
“A” wakes up in a different body every day. He takes over some teen’s consciousness, spends a day, and then moves on to the next one. The process is, as far as A can tell, random. Sometimes A wakes up in a guy’s body, sometimes in a girl’s. It’s a life that’s not really a life at all, because A never gets to live out a full story. New day, new story.
The concept is brilliant. A has lived through a lot: dead end relationships, drug addicts, depressed teens. A doesn’t fully understand human connection, because he (or she or whatever) never stays in one place for long. His life changes when he meets Rhiannon and finally finds a real connection with someone.
EVERY DAY is a new spin on teen romance. A’s constant reincarnation is chaotic and his pursuit of Rhiannon is a seemingly impossible task. How can he manage to reach her when he’s someone new every single time?