Fascinating and thought provoking, Every Day is a truly unique concept story. Main character "A" (not specified female nor male) is without his own life, identity, and body. He experiences the lives and feelings of others, but every day is different. Some days he is a boy, some days a girl, some days heterosexual, some days homosexual, one day he even must endure a day in the life of an addict suffering crippling withdrawal symptoms. A wide variety of situations and experiences take place, as each character "A" inhabits has different issues--diabetes, suicidal thoughts, addiction, depression, obesity, and gender identity issues to name a few. Teen parties are attended, underage drinking takes place, as does pot smoking, and teen sex is referenced. Language is mild for a teen book (b-tch, cr-p, wh-re, h-ll). This story poses some interesting questions about true love, whether it is possible to love someone regardless of what shape they take, and about wisdom and selflessness. Extremely well written, older teens and adults alike will enjoy this compelling read.