Evan is haunted by the loss of his best friend, Ariel, and he is even more tormented when mysterious and unnerving photographs start to appear, some of which feature him. He begins to fall apart, wondering if Ariel has returned to punish him and to seek vengeance. Since Ariel has been gone, Evan’s been unable to sleep properly thinking of his role in her absence. Someone is stalking and threatening him through these photographs and as Evan starts to sort out the mystery, the more he becomes paranoid and insomniac and the more he starts to unravel himself. David Levithan’s “Every You, Every Me” is creatively told with black-and-white photos interspersed between texts so the reader can see the photographs.