Friday, January 13, 2012

"Every You, Every Me" (ARC) ~ David Levithan



Every You, Every Me


Author: David Levithan with Jonathan Farmer
Publication: September 13, 2011 (Read Jan 2012)
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers


There are people we know in a casual sense and then there are those with whom we share a connection.  Those we share our hopes, dreams and fears with; who know us better than we know ourselves.  Is it possible to spend years with a person, having revealed the darkest parts of yourself only to discover you didn't really known them at all?  

Evan thought he and Ariel knew each other best but he begins to question the truth of their friendship after a series of cryptic photos start showing up after she's gone.  Attached to the photos are notes suggesting that there is someone else who knows the details surrounding Ariel's disappearance and the role Evan played in it.  In order for him to reconcile his guilt, he'll have to figure out where the pictures are coming from and how well that person knew Ariel, or worse, how well they know him.

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