If you’ve been waiting for the continuation for David Levithan’s wildly popular novel Every Day, a story about the love between the bodiless spirit A and teenage girl Rhiannon, the next chapter is finally coming your way in a follow-up novel called Someday.
The announcement, which hinted on a possible October release, came a few weeks before the release of the film adaptation of Every Day, which first featured the enduring love and the human nature of a spirit that wakes up occupying different bodies every single day.
The new book will not only take readers deeper into the lives of A, Rhiannon, Nathan, and the person they may think they know as Reverend Poole but will also explore unanswered questions at the core of Every Day: What is a soul?What makes us human?
As an early treat for loyal fans, an excerpt from his upcoming book was released exclusively by Entertainment Weekly which you can read here. No local release date has been released as of yet for the Philippines, but fans are already expressing excitement over the long-anticipated novel.
Can’t wait for Someday by David Levithan! 😍
— けいこ ⭐ (@keikoann) February 7, 2018
“Can’t wait for Someday by David Levithan!” one tweet said.
OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OCTOBER 2 NA PLS 😭😭😓😓😓😓 https://t.co/COrxxk4mrt
— bonsai (@SantosBonna) February 7, 2018
“OMG! October 2 na please,” another fan tweeted.
While it is the fourth novel from the series following Every Day and a prequel novella titled Six Earlier Days in 2012, as well as a companion novel called Another Day released in 2015, Someday is in fact the sequel to the original story.
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