Novella Review: Six Earlier Days

Six Earlier Days by David Levithan



In Every Day, New York Times bestselling author David Levithan presented readers with his most ambitious novel to date: Every morning, A wakes up in a different body and leads a different life. A must never get too attached, must never be noticed, must never interfere.

The novel Every Day starts on Day 5994 of A’s life. In this digital-only collection Six Earlier Days, Levithan gives readers a glimpse at a handful of the other 5993 stories yet to be told that inform how A navigates the complexities of a life lived anew each day.

I like this introduction of A. I’ve already read Every Day but now that the final book has been released, I decided to reread it.

I don’t have a whole lot to say because there wasn’t much in this little novella but I am excited to jump back into it.

It’s interesting that there’s so much focus on A trying not to interfere in people’s lives because I know what’s coming.

This also stirs up a lot of questions: What happens to the people who A takes over? Do they remember anything from the day that they “miss”?

I hope I found out over the next few weeks!

3 stars.

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5 Responses to Novella Review: Six Earlier Days

  1. Ariel Lynn says:

    I’m so out of the loop. I’d never even heard of “Every Day” until now! Thank you for the spoiler-free insight. 😊

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