Tomorrow Will Be Different by Sarah McBride

Tomorrow Will Be Different

A timely and captivating memoir about gender identity set against the backdrop of the transgender equality movement, by a leading activist and the National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest LGBTQ civil rights organization.Sarah McBride is on a mission to fight for transgender rights around the world. But before she was a prominent activist, and before she became the first transgender person to speak at the Democr...

Details Tomorrow Will Be Different

TitleTomorrow Will Be Different
Release DateMar 6th, 2018
PublisherCrown Archetype
GenreAutobiography, Memoir, Nonfiction, Lgbt, Gender

Reviews Tomorrow Will Be Different

  • Kendall
    "Amazing Grace."That line, repeated over and over again in the midst of the darkest days of her life, says so much about Sarah-- that in the midst of any hardship, she can look for, and see, the hope in the broken and beautiful world we live in.I read this book in one sitting (while sobbing on a train next to concerned and loving strangers). It is such a gorgeous, honest, and brilliant lesson for all of us. It's a lesson about what we give to and...
  • Katya Kazbek
    My one wish right now is that Sarah McBride stays healthy, both physically and mentally, so she can one day become the president of the United States. This is a wish packed with hope: I want to live in the US that can have a woman president, a transgender president, and a young president. Hey, even a progressive president right now seems like a stretch :( Anyway, I also selfishly want Sarah to be happy, because that means that we as a society wil...
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  • Mandy Wultsch
    Few introductions in books are worth reading. The one in this book is worth it. It is by Joe Biden (yes, that Joe Biden, the past vice president of the US) and it is very moving. I was almost in tears and I hadn't even started the book!There are books where the blurb on the back and the introduction is very promising but the book fails to deliver. Not this book. It was a moving story with very high highs and very low lows. I don't usually get emo...
  • Andrea Razi-Thomas
    Wow! Sarah McBride's book Tomorrow will be different is a combination of inspiring, packed with hope and tragic. The book reads like a best-selling novel. It's a page turner. The introduction written by Joe Biden is an insider look at the strong connection and love he feels for this amazing young advocate, public speaker and now author. Whether you want to learn about gender identity or the movement toward equal rights for non-binary and trans fo...
  • Laurie
    Sarah McBride is the woman who was the first trans person to speak at a national political convention in 2016. She was only 26 at the time, but had lived a life packed with more events than many people get in a long life time. Obsessed with politics since she was a child, she was student body president in college as well as being head of the student newspaper. She had worked on campaigns for local politicians already at this time. When she came o...
  • Randi Abel
    It’s rare that I give a book five stars, but this book deserves every one. Sarah McBride has written a seminal text about human rights and the human experience. As a white, socioeconomically privileged person, Sarah does not speak for all trans people, but she is deeply aware of the privilege that has enabled her to get to where she is today, and repeatedly acknowledges that the experiences of trans people of color and other disadvantaged group...
  • Angie
    This is a story of Sarah McBride coming out as a transgender woman, her advocacy for LGBTQ rights, her romance with her husband, and his battle with cancer, which he ultimately lost. All of that would have been enough to make a wonderful story. McBride's writing style is endearing and friendly, matter-of-fact even when conveying strong emotion. I cried on a couple different occasions even though I knew what was coming. This story isn't going to c...
  • Jessica Crouse
    I received an advanced copy of this book through Goodreads Giveaways.Sarah's story was compelling, and the flow of her book was engaging. Sarah invites the reader in to learn more about her own experiences and her journey through self-acceptance, and her pursuit of a career where she could create tangible change for the benefit of LGBTQ Americans. Her sincerity, passion, and vulnerability shines throughout this book. In addition to sharing her ow...
  • Amanda Mc
    This book was very moving. I felt Sarah’s triumphs, her fears, her grief (and shed some tears over her loss). Overall, this book is well-written, and I thought it had good flow, something many memoirs struggle with. Learning about Sarah’s life and how she came to accept herself and her identity was really compelling. I also appreciate that even as she is telling her story, she consistently highlights her relative privilege and elevates the st...
  • Preethi
    Oh my god. This book was extremely informative. I learned so much about the LGBTQ movement. I’d had some idea, but I never realized how big it was until now. I’m so extremely proud of Sarah for all she has done for our country and all that she is going to do. I almost cried at the end; it was extremely moving. It’s incredible how much you’ve accomplished in such a short time. Overall, this book was amazing! This is something everyone shou...
  • David
    This book, hands down has been one of the best books I have ever read in my life. I read the book in one day because I didn't want to put it down. I laughed, I cried, I connected with real characters. If you are looking for a new book, make sure this is on your list!
  • Rebecca Akins
    3.5**I liked this book but it didn’t hole my attention. Which is why while I gave it a four star rating it’s more of a 3.5 for me.
  • Katelynne
    Loved her story, 4 stars only because it got a little too political nerdy for me. Totally get where that focus comes from just too deep into that world for my liking.
  • Jan
    Truly moving and inspiring.
  • Minerva Spencer
    Fantastic book and very moving. Reading about a persistent fighter like Sarah McBride makes me believe there might be hope for human kind. I highly recommend this book.