Every Day - David Levithan (2012)
Every Day we get to meet A as a different person. Waking up, A finds him/herself in the body of a different 16 year old boy or girl. This has been happening as long as A can remember. Taking the day to adjust and fit in, A knows at midnight things will change again.
All goes smoothly until A meets Rhiannion and realises discovers love, but can he/she convince Rhiannion to love in return? It was a really interesting prospect, and a new and interesting way to look at teenagers, fitting in and acceptance. As with most teenage novels, there is quite a bit of angst and teenage relationship drama.
The best bit is, I might finally have read a book that I can recommend to my 16 year old niece. I'm going to give it a 4/5 just because the story has stayed with me.