Top Shelf: Tomorrow, Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
Gabrielle Zevin's Tomorrow, Tomorrow, and Tomorrow is a moving and captivating novel that centers around the friendship between Sadie and Sam that spans from childhood through adulthood.
After several years of estrangement, Sadie and Sam reunite in college and begin their journey to becoming successful video game designers. The novel is based on their intimate relationship that anchors them as friends and committed collaborators and creative partners. Although they are never lovers, their relationship remains powerful, complicated and fascinating while they experience the ups and downs of successful and demanding careers and personal struggles.
Although I'm not a gamer and have little knowledge about the industry, I truly enjoyed the book. I credit this to Zevin's brilliant storytelling. She touches on the topics of self-discovery, disability, trauma and love. I also enjoyed the nostalgia of the 80s and 90s as we follow Sadie and Sam's story.
I highly recommend this unique and entralling love story. I thought about the characters long after I read the final pages. It's is unforgettable.
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