Lisa discusses Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow written by Gabrielle Zevin. This is a book that highlights two friends who create video games, but it is much more than just about video games. It delves into lifelong friendships, trauma and heartbreak.
There will be slight spoilers for the book at the 15-minute mark.
NPR addresses how the book transports us into this world; even non-gamers alike can enjoy and appreciate this book. NPR explains that this is a sweeping narrative highlighting male-female relationships that’s not romantic but grounded on shared passions and fierce arguments.
The New York Times writes about the literary gamer and the comparisons between literary games and reading.
And, this article from The Washington Post also highlights the title hails from Shakespeare’s famous speech, “Tomorrow, and Tomorrow and Tomorrow.”
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