David Levithan

By: Cori McCoy

Author: David Levithan

David Levithan lives in Hoboken, New Jersey. He spends his days in New York City, Editing and publishing other writer's books.

This author has written..

Every you, every me (Photographs by Jonathan Farmer)

The lover's dictionary

Will Grayson, Will Grayson (Collaborated with John Green)

Love is the higher law

Dash and lily's book of dares

Likely story!

How they met the other stories

Naomi and Ely's no kiss list

Wide awake

Marley's ghost (Collaborated with Brian Selznick)

The full spectrum

Are we there yet?

The realm of possibility

Boy meets boy






Reverend Poole


What drives this book is the fact that this being, or soul can never stay in one body for more than one day. It can stay in the same area but never the same body. It doesn't know if it is a boy or girl so it just calls itself A.
A has fallen in love with a girl named Rhiannon. He will do anything to find Rihannon. If he has to fly to see her, he will.
Rhiannon knows his secret but she feels she can't love him because she will never know who he will be tomorrow.
This story teaches you to look inside a persons heart for love, not what they look like. It also teaches you how to let things be. Things will never turn out the way you expect it so just keep living and understanding to let go.


A was discovered by a boy that he hosted for a day, and left at a party. The boy, Nathan, has told the city that he was possessed by the devil. A catholic reverend has discovered what A really is and has a secret of his own that isn't too different from A's. Reverend Poole might even have a way to help A. The discovery A is about to make will change his life forever, but he has to make a decision that won't be easy.

Short Passage

“There will always be more questions. Every answer leads to more questions. The only way to survive is to let some of them go."

This passage explains the main character in the book because he can't go more than one day in the same body. He has to let go of every single life he has lived, no matter how much he loved it. He doesn't understand why he is this way. He doesn't know what or who he is. He doesn't have a family. The only friend he has is the girl he is in love with and he knows he can't hold on to her forever.

Who would like this bad boy?

I believe that this book has a huge message in it for lots of people who need it. Mostly people who are struggling with finding out who they are, who are trying to let go of a curtain situation, or just things in general. This book is great for teenagers, because they are the ones trying to figure it all out the most.

Did I like this book?

This book is now my personal favorite, because it never got boring or repetative. I read it in a week. The story always changed itself up as he lived all the different lives and saw from so many people's perspective.