Someday (Every Day, #3) by David Levithan

Someday (Every Day, #3)

Every day a new body. Every day a new life. Every day a new choice.For as long as A can remember, life has meant waking up in a different person's body every day, forced to live as that person until the day ended. A always thought there wasn't anyone else who had a life like this.But A was wrong. There are others.A has already been wrestling with powerful feelings of love and loneliness. Now comes an understanding of the extremes that love and lo...


Details Someday (Every Day, #3)

TitleSomeday (Every Day, #3)
ISBN9780525636595
Author
Release DateOct 2nd, 2018
PublisherListening Library
LanguageEnglish
GenreYoung Adult, Fantasy, Romance, Contemporary
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Reviews Someday (Every Day, #3)

  • Larry H
    2018-10-08
    Every single day A becomes another person. The person's gender may change, their race may change, their age may fluctuate. Each day A has to navigate that person's life and try not to do any damage, simply stay the course so that no one around them notices anything different. It's a hard way to live, and A is lonely, longing to make a connection and feel the love that so many of the bodies they reside in get to feel.One day, A met Rhiannon and fe...
  • JustChrisE
    2016-05-30
    i have this feeling that the next book is going to be called...Today.
  • Christy
    2018-09-11
    This was such a fascinating conclusion to A and Riannon’s story. I enjoyed how David set it up and took what the movie set up to the next level. Plus the number of Trump/Conservative digs was excellent.
  • Florisa
    2015-11-30
    REAL OR NOT REAL? WELL, THANKS THE UNIVERSE. I NEED A CLOSURE BEFORE MY LIFE ENDS. *throws oreo everywhere
  • falling asleep reading
    2018-09-06
    I think David Levithan does narrative better than anyone else in YA. Truly. These characters feel so unbelievably real. Their thoughts are my thoughts. This is authentic. I have half of it highlighted. The main difference between this book and the first, I think, is that in the first book the people A inhabited were people we were meant to empathize with and care for. Whereas with this novel I believe the author didn’t want us to become attache...
  • Kales
    2018-10-16
    This was the final nail in the coffin. I am convinced this book should have stayed a stand alone. I didn't like ANOTHER DAY and I was hopeful for this one but it ended up being a disappointment. There were some good elements and I will talk about those but mainly, I was, once again, unimpressed.It's such a shame because I really like David Levithan but honestly, now that I think about it, the only other book of his I have liked is WILL GRAYSON, W...
  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    2018-04-12
    Review to come!
  • Scarlett
    2018-10-23
    The best way to describe how I feel after finishing this book is that it was such a letdown, because it COULD have been so good. I enjoyed Every Day, and I think the reason was that it was 100% a cheesy love story with an interesting obstacle for the characters - one of them changes bodies every day. It was weird, it was sci-fi, but it didn't try to be anything other than a cheesy love story and that was fine.Someday, however, gave us just enough...
  • Lacy
    2018-10-19
    Going into Someday, I was excited to be back in this universe. I loved Every Day and Another Day. I've been waiting for this conclusion forever. I heavily disliked most it and almost gave it a terrible rating. Then, I finished it. (X can still choke (view spoiler)[and I'm not mad that he did (hide spoiler)]) And I thought about it. And I thought about it some more. This wasn't just Rhiannon and A's story. This wasn't about Nathan. Or Alexander. I...
  • Jen | Jen Talks Audiobooks
    2018-09-18
    Very philosophical - and a great look at identity and equality. Levithan's ability to question what makes a person a "person" is amazing. The variety of voices used in the audiobook was wonderfully effective; they really enhanced the story. A's voice is told through Alex McKenna, who has a very unique raspy quality to her voice. While I liked her voice for A, I didn't care as much for the voice she used for X. Sometimes that raspiness just doesn'...
  • Yuutje | thelittlebookworm
    2017-01-29
    yesss it's coming out..... wait...WHAT?! FALL 2018?!!!!NOO THIS CAN'T BE TRUE NOPE NO NO NO I'M NOT WAITING ANOTHER YEAR FOR THIS NOOOOOOO WHYYYYYY
  • Eriele the Mermaid ❤
    2018-10-07
    Tayo nagkakaintindihan sa ganito eh.This book did not disappoint me, as I thought it would do. Thank you, David. 💙
  • Laura
    2018-10-20
    ☆☆ 3.5 stars ☆ ☆Was this necessary? No. But I still enjoyed it and glad I got to revisit A. He is so precious!
  • Shameria
    2018-10-08
    SCREAMS.....YELLLLLSSSSSS... Throws phone... Ok so this book was good but not great, there are so so so so many cliff hangers that I'm like welp when is the next book coming out. Other than the ending it was a great roller-coaster ride with A.
  • Amy
    2018-10-09
    I listened to the Audible version of Every Day, skipped the second book, and then listened to the Audible version of this one. One of the two reasons I skipped the second book was because I just wasn't that interested in Rhiannon's perspective of the same story. The other was because I listened to a sample of book #2 and wasn't as enamored of the narrator's voice. In this book, there are a number of perspectives and a number of narrators.In the f...
  • Ceic
    2018-10-08
    Ummmm (there is that umm again which means trouble ahead if you've read my reviews before) basically as I've come to do with all Levithan books i always find them---Underwhelming AT THE END. i wont give spoilers but good lord, i am there all the way in the thing, then another thing happens and i am gripping the edge of my seat like OMMMFFGGGGG then another thing happens that ties the things and its like---WOT wait...what happened?? i don't unders...
  • Arbys Mom
    2018-10-14
    While there was much more suspense in this book than the others in the series, it was still wonderful. The swapping back and forth of perspectives doesn’t always work in some books, but in this series, it’s essential and effective. The addition of new possibilities regarding what “A” might be capable of, due to learning from the antagonist, makes a sequel possible, but this story ends very satisfactorily, with no loose ends. Even though i...
  • Nina
    2018-09-29
    This is my all time favourite series and I never, ever want it to end.The wait was long and painful but let me tell you IT WAS WORTH IT. I got everything I hoped, wished and dreamt for and much more.This was my most anticipated read since the day I found out this would be a thing and I can't put into word how happy I am that I'm finally holding it in my hands.The story and the characters mean the absolute world to me and I never connected with an...