Book Review: If I See You Again Tomorrow by Robbie Couch [Audiobook]

Clark is stuck in the same day repeating over and over, until one day someone new shows up in school, makes a ruckus in class, then steals a car, and Clark decides to go with him. Clark falls for him during their day together, but he still has to figure out how to make the time loop stop.

Book Cover - If I See You Again Tomorrow by Robbie Couch
Title: If I See You Again Tomorrow
Pages: 333
My Rating: 3.5 Stars
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This book had such lovely character growth. That was what stood out to me the most. It was very touching, especially since it extended to Clark’s relationships with friends, family, and new people, many of whom, like Clark, were lonely or struggling and needed someone.

I don’t think the romance was the strongest thing in this book, but that’s ok, it doesn’t have to be. I enjoyed other things. But basically they spent half a day together and were completely in love. That’s just a little too much too fast for me. Feelings though? Yeah, I believe that.

The time loop was cool. It was neat seeing this author’s take on it, how it was happening, why it was happening, how to stop it.

The audiobook narration by Kurt Kanazawa was great! It sounded natural, I always knew who was talking, and it seemed to suit the character.

Overall, this was a touching YA story with really sweet character growth, and I enjoyed it!

*Rating: 3.5 Stars // Read Date: 2023 // Format: Audiobook*


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  1. Roberta R.

    That’s the problem with time loops…they’re exciting, but not ideal for romantic involvement. Great there was character development all the same!

  2. Lola

    I’ve read a scifi romance once with a time loop, the romance felt a bit fast, but it sure made for a fun premise. Sounds like this book had that as well. And that’s neat how it had some lovely character growth.

  3. Ethan

    I’ve seen this one around a bit, so I’m glad to read your thoughts on it. I do like the idea of getting some more depth from the supporting characters, though I’m pretty divided when it comes to time loops.