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Book Review: Tomorrow, Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin

Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin


Book Review: I've heard so much buzz about this book, and it’s been on my reading list for months. My expectations weren’t high, as it’s in the category of hit or miss for me—but immediately I was sucked into the story.


Zevin writes beautifully and her characters live and breathe. I loved the development of them throughout the story and although the ending wasn’t what I expected I found it satisfying.


What I loved was the gaming nostalgia and the sense that these characters were part of that industry. In the artful way that Taylor Jenkins Reid creates famous-adjacent characters which make the book seem biographical, Zevin really nails it here, creating a fictional but believable world that rolls out tidbits of information keeping the reader engaged right to the end. No spoilers but the online texting in-game portion later in the book did its work on me.


This is a book I’d easily recommend and I’ll be talking about with friends. The hype is warranted. If you love character driven stories and have any interest in video gaming of the past, this is a not-to-miss.

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