2015 **1/2 327 pages
After racing through David Levithan's engaging but unfulfilling novel Every Day, I was anxious to find out what happened next. So, I raced out and pick up Another Day and began reading it. It became quite clear from the first chapter that a sequel this book is not. Instead, it's the same exact story, covering the same exact space of time as Every Day only this time told from Rhiannon's point of view. An obvious ploy to make money, this is a pointless book that Levithan should be ashamed of. Although it's an interesting idea, fans didn't want a rehash of the same story. With the terrible way Every Day ended, to tease us and throw it in our faces with Another Day is just cruel, sick, and wrong.