emoney – 5 stars on Amazon – If you are a fan of YA serials like Harry Potter, the Hunger Games and Sweet Valley High, then you simply must meet Emma, the heroine of Tomorrow Comes: An Emma Story. The best part of this debut novel is Emma’s voice: bubbly, funny, likable and infinitely relatable, Emma is destined to become one of your best literary girlfriends along with Hermione and Katniss. I was given this book by a good friend and kind of hesitated to read it. I dismissed it as a downer because I usually don’t choose stories with overtly sad themes. I am SO GLAD I gave it a chance. Yes, there are profoundly sad sections, but it is also hilarious and hopeful. The author’s voice is clear and genuine; you grieve along with the family and celebrate with Emma as she finds her way in the AFTER. I can’t wait for the next book in the series so I can have my next Emma fix. Great read for the YA and adult reader alike. A must have for any middle school classroom library.