The spellbinding historical tale for readers who love The Night Circus and The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock
A literary debut which crosses continents and spans centuries as a dog spends 200 years searching for his master
Our canine hero has roamed 16th century Europe for decades with his master, the chemist Valentyne. He has visited realms far and wide, stayed in palaces, served kings, witnessed wonders. And above all he was loved. How he was loved.
Until the day the polymath Vilder appeared, and the dog's beloved master disappeared from his side, 200 years ago. 200 years spent waiting for his return.
But he doesn't lose hope. He will never rest until he finds Valentyne, even if it takes 200 years more. Because tomorrow is another day. And tomorrow could be the day that reunites them.
Praise for Tomorrow
A stunning and captivating taleThe Sun
My heart swelled with FEELINGS!Sarra Manning
Ornate, vivid, deeply coloured, and so precise I could smell and taste the world . . . the story of a dog crossing continents and centuries in search of the man he loves is moving and tender. I was captivated by its charm from the beginningRachel Joyce, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
It's a rich and complex tale, beautifully told. Historic detail and dog-like thinking are vividly conveyed, carrying the reader along. It is a joy to read. It raises deep questions about what it means to be humanSussex Life
Original, ambitious, movingStylist
A tale of love and unbreakable bondsNew York Post
A grand sweep of adventure and travel, war and romance, and a rich exploration of love, life and loyaltyNational Public Radio
Dog lovers will want to have this heartbreaking, century spanning novel for their next discoveryEntertainment Weekly
Beautiful. Rich in perseverance, love and the sweetness of lifeKirkus Reviews
A lyrical commentary on war, rivalry, sacrifice, and above all else, loyaltyPublishers Weekly
Timeless. Humanity's foibles and failings are on full display. This soulful debut is a charmerBooklist
With a hint of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Tomorrow confronts big questions about life's purpose and celebrates life's pleasuresBookpage
Bask in the brilliance . . . Golden Age Amsterdam, Versailles, the court of Charles I - it's armchair travel with a unique companionThe Mail on Sunday
Damian Dibben's novel is guaranteed to make you shed a tear . . . sure to appeal to readers who enjoy fiction embedded in historyHeart
The story of a dog that doesn't die, of the wonders he'd seen, and the horrors, who lost his master a hundred years ago and has been searching for him ever since, Tomorrow is an epic tale of love, of courage, of hopeLondon Evening Standard
What a novel! Ambitious and wonderfully achieved. A book to read again and againMichael Morpurgo, bestselling author of War Horse
Definitely - HIGHLY - worth the read!Seth Meyers