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Every Day Movie Tie-In Edition based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
4.5 out of 5 Stars. This was a very unique concept and I enjoyed the story overall very much. What I didn't like is that A thinks he/she loves Rhiannon after only spending a day with her. He/she doesn't know her from just being with her one day. I also found it irritating that A just expects Rhiannon to love him/her back because A thinks he/she is better than Justin. I feel like it wasn't fair to Rhiannon and a completely selfish thing for A to put her in that position. I did enjoy seeing the different lives A woke up in each day and that was the most interesting and thought provoking thing about the book for me. The relationship with Rhiannon felt like A was forcing it because he wouldn't stay away and vowed to show her what real love was, but I didn't see what he did to fulfill that statement. He started out by lying to her when he was Nathan. They hung out a few times, emailed nonchalantly, and he stalked her at school. He ultimately ruined her relationship with Justin for his own benefit even if it wasn't intentional. To me that's not good enough grounds to build a relationship from.