The concept was cool - the character known as A wakes up in a different body every single morning - but the execution was very corny. The casual air of acceptance and diversity is commendable. People of all sizes, ethnicities, orientations, and genders are described as normal here. But other than that, there wasn't much else within the 300 pages to redeem the lacklustre story. Furthermore, the story ends conveniently before any answers to all the tough questions are explored. In that, I found this book lazy; an interesting concept not fully realized or thought about. Because of this, the rest of the book is filled with things that don't really matter as much.