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Every You, Every Me In This High School Set Psychological Tale, A Tormented Teen Named Evan Starts To Discover A Series Of Unnerving Photographs Some Of Which Feature Him Someone Is Stalking Him Messing With Him Threatening Him Worse, Ever Since His Best Friend Ariel Has Been Gone, He S Been Unable To Sleep, Spending Night After Night Torturing Himself For His Role In Her Absence And As Crazy As It Sounds, Evan S Starting To Believe It S Ariel That S Behind All Of This, Punishing Him But The Evan Starts To Unravel The Mystery, The His Paranoia And Insomnia Amplify, And The He Starts To Unravel Himself Creatively Told With Black And White Photos Interspersed Between The Text So The Reader Can See The Photos That Are So Unnerving To Evan, Every You, Every Me Is A One Of A Kind Departure From A One Of A Kind Author.


10 thoughts on “Every You, Every Me

  1. says:

    I usually like David Levithan, a lot even But this new experimental piece of his it caused me physical pain to slog through that little bit of the book that I did manage to read Let me recount my problems with Every You, Every Me in order of appearance 1 the ANGST the book assaults with an unbearable amount of teen boy angst from the very first page, when you do not even know the main character s name and circumstances It s just angst, angst, angst with a hint of mystery The novel breat I usually like David Levithan, a lot even But this new experimental piece of his it caused me physical pain to slog through that little bit of the book that I did manage to read Let me recount my problems with Every You, Every Me in order of appearance 1 the ANGST the book assaults with an unbearable amount of teen boy angst from the very first page, when you do not even know the main character s name and circumstances It s just angst, angst, angst with a hint of mystery The novel breathes, circulates on, bleeds angst.2 struck through words would you like to read a book where 50% of the text is struck through I find this technique fairly annoying, but in some books Wintergirls it can work, here it serves no discernible purpose except adding in a double dose of angst and appears to be pretty random 3 it is a writing exercise...


  2. says:

    What a shame With black and white pictures and strike through texts, I thought this book will be a disturbing psychological tale but the thing is, it wasn t Yes, there was a mystery but it didn t really work for me I think it has been used just to make someone be compelled and read the book until the end in one sitting which I did, unfortunately But this is a hide...


  3. says:

    Wow, this book was a bit of a trainwreck.There are a few things I need to point out Firstly, the strikethough Half the novel was written like this and for the most part it seemed pretty random I almost dropped it on the first page, because it was just that annoying Secondly, oh my god, the angst Do you remember that part in New Moon, where Edward dumped Bella, and she was just this depressed mess for months Yeah, well, Evan is like that, but permanently, and for no reason that I can discer Wow, this book was a bit of a train...


  4. says:

    All I needed to know about Every You, Every Me was that David Levithan wrote it The man has a permanent spot in my heart for giving me Dash Lily But this Well it was a whole new experience filled with imagination.Once I opened the book, I could not put it down The mystery and tension just built page turn after page turn just pulling...


  5. says:

    Oh god, this book.I like the books of Levithan s that I ve read but this was just awful The idea behind this book was actually a great and interesting I like the way the book was set up and the addition of pictures to it and how the story was written between the author and the photographer.The problems I had with this book 1 The characters were COMPLETELY one dimensional and they didn t develop at all over the book On top of that the relationships between the characters weren t very convinin Oh god, this book.I like the books of Levithan s that I ve read but this was just awful The idea behind this book was actually a great and interesting I like the way the book was set up and the addition of pictures to it and how the story was written between the author and the photographer.The problems I had with this book 1 The characters were COMPLETELY one dimensional and they didn t develop at all over the book On top of that the relationships between the characters weren t very convining, mostly because they weren t all presented at the beginning of the story, they just randomly appeared throughout The main character, Evan, was so emo I couldn t stand it and I kind of wanted to find a hammer and bet myself in the head at some points Also, Evan ...


  6. says:

    Evan is on his way home from school when he finds an envelope on the ground that has a photo inside He starts to think that Ariel is back to torment him, because of what he did to her As they unravel the mystery behind the photographs, he soon discovers how little he knows about Ariel and the truth This was a heartfelt story of love and loss, and dealing with the tragedy of losing a close friend It had a very haunting aura throughout the book, so that I felt Ariel s missing presence right al Evan is on his way home from school when he finds an envelope on the ground that has a photo inside He starts to think that Ariel is back to torment him, because of what he did to her As they unravel the mystery behind the photographs, he soon discovers how little he knows about Ariel and the truth This was a heartfelt story of love and loss, and dealing with the tragedy of losing a close friend It had a very haunting aura throughout the book, so that I felt Ariel s missing presence right along with the characters.My favourite element in Every You, Every Me was the format I picked this one up at the library knowing nothing about, and the crossed out words and photographs piqued my interest.While the story itself is slow and quiet, it works well for this book Evan narrates the story, and readers will clearly see his slow descent into depression, w...


  7. says:

    Op zoek naar een contemporary waarbij foto s deel uit maken van een bijzonder verhaal Dan is Every You, Every Me misschien wat voor jou Lees hier mijn recensie


  8. says:

    Easily, best book I ve read all year However, very different from David Levithan s other books.


  9. says:

    I was intrigued by this novel for the opening 30 or so pages, given its unusual use of strike through text to indicate retracted internal monologue of the main character This also made it a bit challenging to read, as one has to read his thoughts on the two levels But the novelty wore off quickly, and the overdose of teen angst became overwhelming I felt trapped in what I imagine a really bad episode of Dawson s Creek must ve been like miserable teenagers speaking in tautologies and me I was intrigued by this novel for the opening 30 or so pages, given its unusual use of strike through text to indicate retracted internal monologue of the main character This also made it a bit challenging to read, as one ...


  10. says:

    I finished this book in around 4 hours and i have no regrets I enjoyed it I loved every single page of it I was fascinated by each and every photograph within its pages Read it Just read it.


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