“A. is really just a soul that wakes up every day inhabiting a different body. Each of the bodies belongs to a teenager in a particular geographic territory, but that is the only thing this mysterious occurrence bears in common. As the reader, we experience A's perspective as each character: male, female, gay, straight, transgendered, bisexual, rich, poor, single, in a relationship, various family lives, addictions, economic situations, etc. There is only one universal that remains true throughout the story: A. has fallen for a girl named Rhiannon. Just what will it mean for him, for her and for the bodies that he inhabits?
This could have been a five-star read for me, but there were a couple of things that detracted from the concept of the story and the plot, characters and otherwise amazing writing. I will let you read the book and guess what those things might be, and if you care to compare notes with me afterwards, we shall. Bottom line: it's definitely an intriguing concept that would be worthy of our conversation.”