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Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow: A novel

Sam and Sadie—two college friends, often in love, but never lovers—become creative partners in a dazzling and intricately imagined world of video game design, where success brings them fame, joy, tragedy, duplicity, and, ultimately, a kind of immortality. It is a love story, but not one you have read before.

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416 pages

Average rating: 7.58

3,370 RATINGS

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96 REVIEWS

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whitelotus3
Feb 26, 2024
9/10 stars
First book I’ve read that shows an honest depiction of chronic illness and disability. I also appreciate that it shows different kinds of illness without falling into the tragic trope. I love how this also shows how women in tech navigate their careers. I normally don’t like character driven books (vs plot driven), but I adore this book! The characters are flawed but lovable. Everything about this book is beautiful. The friendships feel very real...read more
kbeers22
Feb 22, 2024
7/10 stars
This book is infuriating, but in a good way. I enjoyed following along and watching Sam and Sadie grow together. This is definitely a book about work but it is also a book about love and how love is different for everyone. I very much enjoyed this book!
paigeairey
Feb 15, 2024
6/10 stars
Overall I enjoyed this book. However it does have its flaws. The middle of the book was quite slow in my opinion and the killing of Marx’s character was a brutal hit to my emotions as he was easily the most likeable character in this book. Out of the two main (Sadie and Sam) I preferred Sam more. Sadie in my opinion was very hard on Sam a lot of the time and while he wasn’t perfect he was always there for her. The same cannot be said for Sadie. B...read more
peachykeen22
Feb 06, 2024
4/10 stars
this was too much and not enough :0
G R A C E
Feb 05, 2024
4/10 stars
Crass & underwhelming.

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