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  • Straub has made a mastery of witty, warm novels that spin modern tales with literary flair. Her fourth might be her best. A clever, nostalgic, romantic tale. Part-Russian Doll, part-David Nicholls, it has the makings of a dreamy, witty, contemporary classic

    Evening Standard
  • A tender tale of time travel. Straub strips back the layers to reveal what's important. It makes you want to stop what you're doing and call your loved ones immediately

    Stylist, 'Book of the Week'
  • I just finished This Time Tomorrow and I'm crying at its message and its honestly and its utter beauty. And now I have to go call my mom

    Jodi Picoult
  • This Time Tomorrow is a beautifully made, elegant music box of a novel that sets in motion its clever clockwork of delight-then breaks your heart with its bittersweet, lingering song

    Michael Chabon
  • If I could time travel, I'd go back just far enough to start Emma Straub's beautiful novel This Time Tomorrow again for the first time. The pages brim with tenderness and an appreciation for what we had and who we were. I could not have loved it more

    Ann Patchett
  • Her most emotionally resonant work yet ... a complex tale that doesn't feel the slightest bit complicated

  • A witty, warm novel about love and letting go, This Time Tomorrow is a rare gem. Emma Straub is such an elegant storyteller - I couldn't put it down

    Phoebe Luckhurst, author of The Lock In
  • Emma Straub's This Time Tomorrow is that rare one-in-a-million novel that not only pulls you wholly into itself, but leaves a lasting mark when it finally releases you. Never has Straub's writing been more incisive, clever, and emotionally generous-which is really saying something. The kind of book that will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you call the people you love. Exceptional

    Emily Henry, author of You, Me on Vacation
  • This time-travelling take on a hypothetical return to 1996 and the protagonist's 16th birthday will be enough to remind you to cherish what you have

  • Time travel is a popular trope in fiction, and Straub deploys it brilliantly in her effervescent new novel. .... Straub is an expert chronicler of social mores and the inner lives of her (mostly) bourgeois characters, and here she delivers a surefire bestseller

    Oprah Daily

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