Every You, Every Me by David Levithan. The book is about the problems and obstacles Ariel and her friends faced one afternoon. It focuses in on Evan, Ariel's best friend. Evan blames himself for her leaving, and is the only one who can't let go of her and move on. Evan is going crazy with a guilty mind. While Evan is on the his path to school one morning he notices a white envelope on the ground. He picks it up and decides whether or not he should open it. He concludes on opening it and finds a picture. Only it's a picture of the exact spot he is standing at. Then the next day Evan finds another picture, of himself. Evan turns to Jack, Ariel's boyfriend. Jack doesn't know anything about the picture. Evan keeps on getting more pictures some of him, places he's been, Ariel, and of Ariel with a bunch of people he doesn't know. On the back of the pictures there are dates and names of people. Evan gets increasingly paranoid when the pictures continue to come. He enlists Jack for help on finding out who's doing this. Could it be Ariel? Or is someone playing a cruel joke? I recommend this book to other people because its a very interesting book. It isn't like some books about missing a friend. It's about the days after and the effect it has on certain people. In the book there are words, sentences, or phrases that have a line through them. when you read them with the whole sentence it might not make any sense. But I suggest you read them because it gives you a better understanding of what's going on.
~Annette, Teen Book Reviewer