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Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow


“Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow” is a novel written by Gabrielle Zevin, published in 2021. The story is set in a near-future world where people can access a service called “Port” that allows them to communicate with their future selves.

The protagonist, Nora, is a woman in her late thirties who is struggling with the challenges of modern life, including a failing marriage, a demanding job, and the pressure to start a family. Feeling stuck and unfulfilled, Nora decides to try out Port as a way to gain insight into her future and make better decisions in the present.

Through Port, Nora begins communicating with her future self at different stages of her life, including her forties, fifties, and beyond. As she learns more about her future and the choices she will make, Nora is forced to confront difficult truths about herself and her relationships.

As the story unfolds, Nora grapples with questions of identity, regret, and the nature of free will. She must navigate the complexities of love, loss, and ambition as she tries to find her place in the world and make peace with her past.

“Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow” is a thought-provoking and emotionally resonant exploration of the human experience and the passage of time. It raises important questions about destiny, self-determination, and the ways in which our choices shape our lives. Through Nora’s journey, Gabrielle Zevin offers readers a compelling meditation on the nature of existence and the power of hope, resilience, and human connection.

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