Tomorrow there will be apricots is an interesting book on one hand i loved it for the food descriptions and imagery that filled it but i also found myself very slow at working my way through it as the story made me sad there is so much loneliness pain and loss captured in its pages. Tomorrow there will be apricots is a wonderful written story of the families we come with and the families we make for ourselves with a touch of humor and without veering into either despair or sentimentality soffer guardedly offers the possibility of sweetness in the face of much that is bitter. Jessica soffers debut novel tomorrow there will be apricots was published by houghton mifflin harcourt in april 2013 penny metsch every aspect of your story is so timely yet so enduring issues of immigration parenting teenage angst and food wonderful beautifully prepared food are with us every day. Tomorrow there will be apricots is an intelligent work in the vein of azar nafisi where the humanity of the characters transcends cultural or national differences and illustrates commonalities new york journal of books. In tomorrow there will be apricots we see how food sustains not just our bodies but our hopes as well bukra fil mish mish the arabic saying goes tomorrow apricots may bloom
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