Another Day is the sequel to David Levithan’s book Every Day, following the same story from Rhiannon’s point of view this time. This book was a great companion to Every Day — it gave the perfect background to what Rhiannon was thinking during this whole period of time and what she was going through with Justin, her boyfriend.
This book talks about some really “real” stuff for young adult readers, just like Every Day did. Rhiannon is in an extremely emotionally abusive relationship with Justin. She is constantly walking on eggshells and anticipating his anger at most things she does. You are left cheering for A to win her over, knowing even if they are in such a weird situation, at least she won’t be with Justin anymore.
If you read Every Day, you’d be missing out on most of the story if you don’t read this one. See my review for Every Day here.
Thank you to the publisher for providing me with a copy in exchange for my honest review.