I couldn’t really put a finger on what makes this YA book so endearing. It could be the plot’s unconventional premise, the mystery surrounding the other main character, or both. All I know is that I already finished the book a third time and I still can’t get enough of it.
Most people who read Another Day are those who have already read its twin novel, Every Day, written by Levithan three years prior. I may be one of the few who hadn’t read Every Day first. If you’re one, too, then this plot is for you. :)
Rhiannon is the very devoted girlfriend to Justin, but deep inside, she’s feeling the toll of being in a relationship with someone who doesn’t really appreciate her. She knows the love is there, but Justin is just this guy who has trouble articulating his feelings. Most of the time, he’s more comfortable finding faults, hurling insults and nitpicking on the negative.
Which is why when Justin agreed to cut classes, go to the beach and transform into a super romantic person Rhiannon never knew he could be, she holds on to the hopes that things between them will now change. Except it wouldn’t, and it devastated her, because the Justin she was with on the beach is not Justin at all.