The eagerly anticipated companion to New York Timesbestseller Every Day.
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'Levithan is fearless in his writing and absolutely assumes that the teenagers he writes for can comprehend, enjoy and relate to complicated, full and enveloping emotions, and this unflinching faith in his readership has once again led him to write another contemporary classic.' Readings 'Every bit as compelling as its companion...With his characters feeling everything from depression, confusion, desperation, anger and a fair amount of teenage angst right through to joy, and elation in the end David Levithan leaves them, and us, with hope.' Salty Popcorn 'This is everything I devour in a novel: heart, humour and dialogue I'd kill to have written.' Melina Marchetta on Will Grayson, Will Grayson 'Big, crazy and lovable.' Weekend Australian on Will Grayson, Will Grayson 'Teens and older young adults will find themselves here and likely learn a little about that many-splendoured emotion.' Kirkus Reviews on How They Met and Other Stories '[The Realm of Possibility] is aimed at young adults, but anyone who remembers the exquisiteness of first love, the complications of teenage friendship or the pain of rejection will find something to relate to in this series of perfectly formed stories about feelings.' NZ Herald on Sunday 'David Levithan's latest release is timely and important but, most of all, it is astonishingly sophisticated...Levithan has outdone himself.' Courier Mail on Two Boys Kissing 'Levithan's self-conscious, analytical style marries perfectly with the plot. His musings on love, longing and human nature knit seamlessly with A's journey. Readers will devour his trademark poetic wordplay and cadences that feel as fresh as they were when he wrote Boy Meets Boy (2003). An awe-inspiring, thought-provoking reminder that love reaches beyond physical appearances or gender.' Kirkus Reviews on Every Day 'I'm not sure how David Levithan does it but with each book of his I read, I fall a little more in love with his writing style...a quick yet wonderful read and I highly recommend it for people who like beautifully written books which are just a little bit different.' Fictional Thoughts on The Realm of Possibility 'Another Day is a thought provoking story on acceptance and what people will go through to be with someone they love.' Bookish Manicurist