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

challenging emotional funny hopeful inspiring reflective slow-paced


The characters are devastatingly real and flawed. They’re not always likeable and that’s precisely why I kept reading. They felt real and I needed to see how these very real people handled trauma, love, work and friendship throughout their lives. It is extremely relatable. 

Loved seeing the diverse representation- biracial, disable, asexual characters. It felt like real life.

There are some serious trigger warnings so just be aware! 

Overall, I don’t think I can read this again for along time but it will definitely haunt me forever. Great book. 

Loved the world of building video games- was very accessible for non-gamers. 

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