Review: Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin

Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow

This review of “Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow” by Gabrielle Zevin is only my vision because I really like this book. I want to talk about this story, write about it, and discuss all that happened in this novel. Therefore, my review of this book is clearly positive.

What is “Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow” about

If you ask yourself “Do I need to read this book”, then I think you will find it interesting that this is the story of an indie company that creates games. At the same time, it is a story about friendship, which was bonded by their passions and ideas.  

Game united all of these people in the book, and Game disconnected them. Do I recommend reading “Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow” for a person who does not play video games? Yes, I think this story will be interesting for you too.

Because here you will find either romance lines or stories of gaming and small dreams of what could exist in our lives. But I think for people who have ever played video games, this book would be more enjoyable and interesting. Especially if you are a woman, you know what being a woman is like in a gamer’s world.

My feeling about this book

I drowned in this book, and I felt every moment of their lives. I laughed, cried, and begged them to talk to each other…

All of these days, when I read this book, the real world disappeared. I felt in love with the protagonists, even though they had lousy behavior in the story.

The book has a lot of pain, but at the same time, it also has a lot of hope. Don’t give up! Fight for your life! Even if you lose, don’t stop. You can fall down a thousand times, but it’s more important how many times you stand up. This is how I felt about this story in my heart.

Do I recommend reading “Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow”? Yes, if you want to spend your time very well. This novel is not so difficult text, but at the same time this novel is still good and enjoyable. However, I think you can find your meaning of the story and can rest with the book.

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