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Leavitt has a way of crafting the loveliest novels out of tragedy. Like its predecessor, Pictures of You (2011), her latest work, set mainly in the 1950s, turns on a single fateful incident: the disappearance of 12-year-old Jimmy Rearson. Though Leavitt eventually reveals what happened to Jimmy, in a closure that provides little in the way of solace, it’s her examination of loss, grief, and disappointment that will engross readers. Lewis, Jimmy’s best friend, is already an angry loner, a child of divorce in a time and place where his mother, Ava, is viewed as a challenge to the natural order. Without Jimmy as a tether, he drifts aimlessly into adulthood. Rose, Jimmy’s sister, is paralyzed by survivor’s guilt: to move on without her brother feels tantamount to betrayal. The aching loneliness of these two is palpable. But Leavitt’s most captivating creation is the mercurial Ava, an accidental trailblazer who refuses to deny her dreams. It is Ava, ultimately, who points the way forward, showing there’s no shame in putting ghosts to rest. --Patty Wetli

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A New York Times and USA Today bestseller

"Riveting-" Vanity Fair HotType
 
"Leavitt builds tremendous suspense whileremaining as concerned with character as she is with plot."
The Week
 
"An arresting portrait of bygone America."
SkipHorack, The San Francisco Chronicle

 
"A page-turning heartbreaker."
KitReed, The Miami Herald
 
"Guaranteed to tantalize this bestselling author's avid readership."
The Washington Post

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"Aneminently satisfying read."
Kathryn Lang, TheBoston Globe
 
"More shocking than a conspiracytheory."
New Jersey Monthly 


 
"Leavitt's 10th novel is a triumph. Thestory at times brings to mind Dennis Lehane's masterful Mystic River. Thoughall of Leavitt's novels have been superb and highly acclaimed, it strikes methat Is This Tomorrow is her best book yet."
Monica Stark, January Magazine
 
"It begs to be said out Loud: Leavitt is anAmerican Author of great consequence who meticulously crafts stories about realpeople who find themselves at a crossroads."
Holy Cara Price, PopMatters
 
"Fans of heartfelt and emotionally richfiction have been devouring the impassioned works of Leavitt.  A taut and resonant mystery, whichhas already garnered critical acclaim and a devoted readership'spraise." 
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"Surprising, unexpected plot twists, anddramatic." 
Cheryl Knocker McKeon, Book Passage, San Francisco, for ShelfAwareness
 
"Caroline Leavitt is an amazingly skilledwriter."
HillaryDaninhirsch, Historical Novel Review 
 
"An intimate meditation on time, loss and destiny."
Stewart O'Nan, authorof Emily, Alone and The Odds
 

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  • File Size: 2123 KB
  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1616200545
  • Publisher: Algonquin Books (May 7, 2013)
  • Publication Date: May 7, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AFKIRH8
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