This looks like an interesting read too – a novel that’s set against the backdrop of the world of video games design.
Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin will be published on July 5th by Alfred A. Knopf, a subsidiary of Penguin Random House.
The story focused on Sam Masur and Sadie Green who meet as kids in the early ‘90s and bond over their shared love of video games.
But after a falling out, over a decade goes by before they meet again on a subway platform (Sadie is studying at MIT, Sam at Harvard). And from there, a 20-year collaboration begins that will change their lives forever. From their first success, a game called Ichigo, to the launch of their company, Unfair Games, Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow is about the imperfect world we live in, the perfect worlds we might create.
This is also a book about play, artistic collaboration, and the brilliance of one female video game designer.
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