Today Tonight Tomorrow (Unabridged‪)‬

    • 4.2 • 17 Ratings
    • $14.99

    • $14.99

Publisher Description

“Brilliant, hilarious, and oh-so-romantic.” —BuzzFeed
“Swoony, steamy.” —Entertainment Weekly

The Hating Game meets Booksmart by way of Morgan Matson in this unforgettable romantic comedy about two rival overachievers whose relationship completely transforms over the course of twenty-four hours.

Today, she hates him.

It’s the last day of senior year. Rowan Roth and Neil McNair have been bitter rivals for all of high school, clashing on test scores, student council elections, and even gym class pull-up contests. While Rowan, who secretly wants to write romance novels, is anxious about the future, she’d love to beat her infuriating nemesis one last time.

Tonight, she puts up with him.

When Neil is named valedictorian, Rowan has only one chance at victory: Howl, a senior class game that takes them all over Seattle, a farewell tour of the city she loves. But after learning a group of seniors is out to get them, she and Neil reluctantly decide to team up until they’re the last players left—and then they’ll destroy each other.

As Rowan spends more time with Neil, she realizes he’s much more than the awkward linguistics nerd she’s sparred with for the past four years. And, perhaps, this boy she claims to despise might actually be the boy of her dreams.

Tomorrow…maybe she’s already fallen for him.

Kids & Young Adults
Rebekkah Ross
hr min
July 28
Simon & Schuster Audio

Customer Reviews

Blind Brian the Allfather ,

Couldn’t put it down!!! Anovel within a novel

I’m an extremely picky reader, and I picked up the book with some reservations. But when I began listening, I couldn’t stop. The book was well paced, with flawed but likable characters. Even when someone had a strong opinion I didn’t agree with, (the over generalization of classic novels for instance,) it came as a personal statement, and not as a wider theme of the novel.
I’m a blind reader originally from Seattle, so reading this book brought back a lot of happy memories for me. But the greatest triumph of this book is its timelessness. Although this sounds incorrect, this aspect is accomplished through not mentioning school security, discussions of government, as well as by keeping the readers focused on the characters, and not on their surroundings.
Today Tonight Tomorrow is a MUST for fans of the Falconer, or The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

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