A review by myweirdnormal
Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin

  • Loveable characters? No
  • Flaws of characters a main focus? Yes
On one hand the writing is 5/5. I think this is a very well written book. The craft is remarkable.
On the other hand the characters are 0/5. I hated most of them, ESPECIALLY SAM, and I only finished this because I had already put so much time into it.
SpoilerThe one character I kinda liked died, because fuck me apparently.

Still, I don’t want to give this a rating because I’m realizing that I don’t like this genre and it would be unfair to judge a book that is probably technically good just because I don’t like the genre. I feel like literary fiction, at least considering the three books in this genre that I’ve read, is about bad things happening to good people while the shitty ones continue to thrive. And I will not be picking up another. Reading this book was my mistake and I will be smarter with my time in the future.

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