The Book Space: Episode 2

Join Jasmine Sandhu as she discusses if the book “Today, Tonight, Tomorrow” by Rachel Lynn Solomon is worth the read.


By Jasmine Sandhu

“Today, Tonight, Tomorrow” by Rachel Lynn Solomon was a recent book I read. I got it from Barnes and Noble in the mystery book section. When I bought it, it was like unwrapping a gift. Immediately, the blue cover stood out to me, and then I read the title of the novel. I had never heard of it before, and if I had seen it unwrapped in the store, I probably would have walked right past it. However, I decided to give it a chance. I researched it a bit to find that it was actually a highly recommended book by many readers.

This book took me about a week and a half to read. It was not because it had an insane amount of pages, but more like it did not exactly pique my interest. The book had a very nice plot, and I did enjoy it, but the pace was slow. I am usually one who likes faster-paced books, straight to the point. If a story does not pick up by page 80 or so, I tend to get a little bored with it, and I do not pick it up as much. As I continued to make progress and actually finish the book, it was not too bad.

Solomon ended it well, and she made sure to give this story a nice close. I decided that it was a nice novel after I read through everything. If I had to give it a rating out of five stars, it would be a three. Though it is not exactly what I would recommend to those in search of a romance novel, it is definitely something nice to pick up if you run out of books to buy.