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Gabrielle Zevin: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow

(Fiction, 416 pp. 2022)

A chance hospital encounter as b’nai mitzvah-age kids over Super Mario Bros. sparks Sam Masur’s and Sadie Green’s lifelong bond. Their friendship builds on an abiding intellectual intimacy, initiating a partnership transcending distance, disability, self-doubt, conflicting loyalties, estrangement, and tragedy. Together, as brilliant game designers, they create perfect immersive electronic worlds while imperfectly navigating the pitfalls of the real one. Their story highlights the redemptive possibilities in play, and above all, the need to connect: to be loved and to love.

Book Group Guide by the author

Book Club Guide by Marmalade and Mustard Seed, September 6, 2022

Review by Sonia Taitz, The Jewish Book Council, July 5, 2022

Review, by Hannah E. Gadway, The Harvard Crimson, November 8, 2022

Review by Megan Peterson, Subjectify, August 16, 2022

Review by Maureen Corigan, Fresh Air (National Public Radio), July 28, 2022

Review by Keith Stuart, The Guardian, September 20, 2022

Author interview by Beth Mowbray, The Nerd Daily, July 10, 2022

Author interview by Nathalie op de Beek, Publishers Weekly, June 30, 2022

Author Interview with Kerry Breen, Today (YouTube), October 31, 2022

Author Interview with Will Bedingfield, Wired Magazine (YouTube), August 11, 2022

Author Interview with Jimmy Fallon, The Tonight Show (YouTube), August 15, 2022

Playlist music collection to accompany the book, compiled by the author