Reviews

  • <b>Golden age Amsterdam, Versailles, the court of Charles I - it's armchair travel with a unique companion</b>

    The Mail on Sunday
  • <b>Original, ambitious, moving</b>

    Stylist
  • <b>A stunning and captivating tale</b>

    The Sun
  • <b>Ornate, vivid, </b>deeply coloured, and so precise I could smell and taste the world . . . <b>the story of a dog crossing continents and centuries in search of the man he loves is moving and tender. I was captivated by its charm from the beginning</b>

    Sunday Times bestselling author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
  • <b>It's a rich and complex tale, beautifully told.</b> Historic detail and dog-like thinking are vividly conveyed, carrying the reader along. <b>It is a joy to read. It raises deep questions about what it means to be human</b>

    Sussex Life
  • A <b>tale of love</b> and <b>unbreakable bonds</b>

    New York Post
  • A <b>grand sweep of adventure and travel, war and romance</b>, and a rich <b>exploration of love, life and loyalty</b>

    National Public Radio
  • Dog lovers will want to have this <b>heartbreaking, century spanning novel </b>for their next discovery

    Entertainment Weekly
  • <b>Beautiful. Rich in perseverance, love and the sweetness of life</b>

    Kirkus Reviews
  • A<b> lyrical commentary on war, rivalry, sacrifice, and above all else, loyalty</b>

    Publishers Weekly
  • <b>Timeless.</b> Humanity's foibles and failings are on full display. <b>This soulful debut is a charmer</b>

    Booklist
  • With a hint of Mary Shelley's <i>Frankenstein</i>, <b><i>Tomorrow</i> confronts big questions about life's purpose and celebrates life's pleasures</b>

    Bookpage
  • Damian Dibben's novel is <b>guaranteed to make you shed a tear</b> . . . sure to appeal to readers who enjoy fiction embedded in history

    Heart
  • The story of a dog that doesn't die, of the wonders he'd seen, and the horrors, who lost his master a hundred years ago and has been searching for him ever since, <b><i>Tomorrow </i>is an epic tale of love, of courage, of hope</b>

    London Evening Standard
  • What a novel! <b>Ambitious and wonderfully achieved. </b>A book to read again and again

    Michael Morpurgo, bestselling author of War Horse
  • Definitely - HIGHLY - <b>worth the read</b>!

    Seth Meyers