Everybody Reads 2024 celebrates Gabrielle Zevin's Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow
Let’s read, reflect and learn together. Everybody Reads is a community-wide project that promotes shared reading and discussion around a single book.
How to participate
Check out Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow from the library.
Pick up a copy of the book at a neighborhood library while supplies last, thanks to the generous support of The Library Foundation. Additional copies are available online for check out.
Multnomah County high school educators can apply for classroom sets of Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow. Fill out the application here.
Discuss, learn and be inspired
Everybody Reads will conclude with “An Evening with Gabrielle Zevin” on Thursday, April 4, 2024 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available from Literary Arts.
About the book
Zevin's richly imagined novel follows three friends over 30 years. In their mid-20s, Sadie, Sam and Marx design a compelling video game that brings them fame and fortune, changing the course of their lives.
Full of references that will delight gamers and anyone who remembers the 90s, Zevin’s novel is an expansive exploration of the creative impulse and the evolving nature of deep friendship.
About the author
Gabrielle Zevin is a best selling author of books for adults and teens. Her stories explore themes of identity, connection and love.
Her bestselling novel, The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry, has been made into a feature film, and her 2005 debut novel, Elsewhere, is a classic of young adult literature.
Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow was an instant bestseller, making the top of the New York Times bestseller list and being named Time Magazine’s Book of the Year. Zevin is currently writing the screenplay for the feature film based on the book.
She has also written criticism for the New York Times Book Review and NPR’s All Things Considered. Zevin is a graduate of Harvard University and lives in L.A.