Category: David Levithan

Every Day by David Levithan

Can you imagine yourself not as a physical being, but as an ethereal entity – a formless consciousness that floats through life from day-to-day, always looking like someone different but always knowing yourself to be the same? Every day since birth, A wakes up… Continue Reading “Every Day by David Levithan”

Roof Beam Reader’s Best of 2013

Hello, Readers! Since I surpassed my 2013 goal of 60 books read (I’m up around 64, right now, with 2 books in progress and likely at least 1 more to go) before year’s end, I thought I would take a cue from some of… Continue Reading “Roof Beam Reader’s Best of 2013”

Thoughts: Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan

Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan Final Verdict: 4.0 out of 4.0 YTD:  51 When you look at the cover for Two Boys Kissing, you get a pretty good idea of what this book will be about.  Then you read the synopsis on the… Continue Reading “Thoughts: Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan”

Review: The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan

  The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan Final Verdict: 3.25 out of 4.0 YTD: 09  Plot/Story: 4 – Plot/Story is interesting/believable and impactful (socially, academically, etc.) “There’s the girl who is in love with Holden Caufield.  The boy who wants to be strong who… Continue Reading “Review: The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan”

Review: Every You, Every Me by David Levithan

Every You, Every Me by David Levithan Final Verdict: 3.75 out of 4.0 YTD: 48 Plot/Story: 4 – Plot/Story is interesting/believable and impactful (socially, academically, etc.) I can say it now: I hate David Levithan, unequivocally.  Why do I hate him?  Because he continues… Continue Reading “Review: Every You, Every Me by David Levithan”


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