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David Levithan: Every Day

Being a teenager is an unpredictable search for who you are. But how do you find out who you are if you wake up every day and you are literally a completely different person?

That’s the wild conceit of David Levithan’s Every Day, which finds a teen known only as “A” waking up every morning—in a bizarre twist on Groundhog Day crossed with Quantum Leap—with his consciousness inside a completely different body, living someone’s already-established life. It’s a situation that, as bizarre as it seems, “A” has grown accustomed to—until he falls in love with Rhiannon, the girlfriend of one of his daily identities. How do you form a connection when you don’t know where, or even who, you’re going to be the next day?

The co-author of the best-selling Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist comes to town for a reading and signing event with a uniquely fascinating take on whether what’s on the inside is really what counts. (Scott Renshaw)


Date: Oct 15, 2012
Time: 7 pm
Phone: 801-484-9100
Address: 1511 S. 1500 East, Salt Lake City, 84105
Where: King's English
 
 
 
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