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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Tomorrow is a short and suspenseful work of fiction penned by author Tabitha Cornell, written for adults due to its mature themes and content. This pacey novella focuses on three strangers who are all engaged in the game we call life and suffering from feelings of hopelessness and despair. For them, however, the game’s end looms dangerously close, and we watch as their lives unfold to see who will win and who will lose amid the chaos. Themes such as alcoholism, relationship troubles, mental illness, poverty, divorce, drugs, and depression make appearances in each of the player’s lives, even as they fight the good fight to continue looking ‘normal’ on the outside.
Author Tabitha Cornell has found a harrowing new way to present the ‘slice of life’ fiction genre, slitting open its grisly underbelly and showing us the dark reality of who we are, and who we could be if the circumstances of the game of life don’t go in our favor. There’s a lot to take in for such a relatively short read, but plenty of impactful human emotions and scenes of others fighting or losing to their demons. Whilst we may all feel like we can relate to or know people who have been through this variety of social and mental problems, the reality that Cornell shows us takes us much deeper than most would care to go, with thrilling and suspenseful results that will keep you gripped to the final pages. Tomorrow is a highly recommended read for dramatic and literary fiction fans everywhere.