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Barrett Bloom is hoping college will be a fresh start after a messy high school experience. But when school begins on September 21st, everything goes wrong. She’s humiliated by the know-it-all in her physics class, she botches her interview for the college paper, and at a party that night, she accidentally sets a frat on fire. She panics and flees, and when she realizes he Barrett Bloom is hoping college will be a fresh start after a messy high school experience. But when school begins on September 21st, everything goes wrong. She’s humiliated by the know-it-all in her physics class, she botches her interview for the college paper, and at a party that night, she accidentally sets a frat on fire. She panics and flees, and when she realizes her roommate locked her out of their dorm, she falls asleep in the common room. The next morning, Barrett’s perplexed to find herself back in her dorm room bed, no longer smelling of ashes and crushed dreams. It’s September 21st. Again. And after a confrontation with Miles, the guy from Physics 101, she learns she’s not alone—he’s been trapped for months. When her attempts to fix her timeline fail, she agrees to work with Miles to find a way out. Soon they’re exploring the mysterious underbelly of the university and going on wild, romantic adventures. As they start falling for each other, they face the universe’s biggest unanswered question yet: what happens to their relationship if they finally make it to tomorrow?


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Barrett Bloom is hoping college will be a fresh start after a messy high school experience. But when school begins on September 21st, everything goes wrong. She’s humiliated by the know-it-all in her physics class, she botches her interview for the college paper, and at a party that night, she accidentally sets a frat on fire. She panics and flees, and when she realizes he Barrett Bloom is hoping college will be a fresh start after a messy high school experience. But when school begins on September 21st, everything goes wrong. She’s humiliated by the know-it-all in her physics class, she botches her interview for the college paper, and at a party that night, she accidentally sets a frat on fire. She panics and flees, and when she realizes her roommate locked her out of their dorm, she falls asleep in the common room. The next morning, Barrett’s perplexed to find herself back in her dorm room bed, no longer smelling of ashes and crushed dreams. It’s September 21st. Again. And after a confrontation with Miles, the guy from Physics 101, she learns she’s not alone—he’s been trapped for months. When her attempts to fix her timeline fail, she agrees to work with Miles to find a way out. Soon they’re exploring the mysterious underbelly of the university and going on wild, romantic adventures. As they start falling for each other, they face the universe’s biggest unanswered question yet: what happens to their relationship if they finally make it to tomorrow?

30 review for See You Yesterday

  1. 4 out of 5

    jessica

    ‘i could wake up on the same day a thousand times, and every single one would be different because of you. every single one would be life-changing. because of you.’ this quote so sweetly describes exactly what makes this story work. i usually dont read ‘groundhogs day’ plots because of how redundant and repetitive they are, but this. this does not fall into that trap. each day miles and barrett experience again is new and different and promotes growth and moves the plot forward. and thats exa ‘i could wake up on the same day a thousand times, and every single one would be different because of you. every single one would be life-changing. because of you.’ this quote so sweetly describes exactly what makes this story work. i usually dont read ‘groundhogs day’ plots because of how redundant and repetitive they are, but this. this does not fall into that trap. each day miles and barrett experience again is new and different and promotes growth and moves the plot forward. and thats exactly why this story is set up for success. adorable, humorous, and real (minus the time travel) - such a good book to pick up. ↠ 4 stars

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Solomon

    See You Yesterday is a standalone YA novel (could also be considered NA) set in college, releasing May 17, 2022! Some of what you can expect: - rep: plus-size Jewish main character, Jewish and Japanese American love interest - content warnings: PTSD, panic attacks, sexual harassment (past), bullying (past) - enemies to lovers - time loop chaos including but not limited to building an on-campus ball pit and adopting a bunch of dogs to give them the best day ever - slowwwww burn - my favorite first kiss See You Yesterday is a standalone YA novel (could also be considered NA) set in college, releasing May 17, 2022! Some of what you can expect: - rep: plus-size Jewish main character, Jewish and Japanese American love interest - content warnings: PTSD, panic attacks, sexual harassment (past), bullying (past) - enemies to lovers - time loop chaos including but not limited to building an on-campus ball pit and adopting a bunch of dogs to give them the best day ever - slowwwww burn - my favorite first kiss I've ever written - the hotel accidentally gave us the honeymoon suite - ruminations about post-high school identity and how to grow when time is quite literally preventing you from moving forward I can't wait for you to meet Barrett and Miles!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nilufer Ozmekik

    Well well well, this is the quirkiest, the sweetest, the most entertaining, the most scientific and romantic execution of Groundhog Theme. This book’s plot was more similar with Palm Springs, Russian Doll ( two guys stuck in the same time loop) than Happy Death Day ( only similarities the events take place at the college but thankfully no serial killer involved) In my opinion this is so far best Groundhog Day theme retelling. ( I loved it more than “In a holidaze” , “How to save a life”) Time Well well well, this is the quirkiest, the sweetest, the most entertaining, the most scientific and romantic execution of Groundhog Theme. This book’s plot was more similar with Palm Springs, Russian Doll ( two guys stuck in the same time loop) than Happy Death Day ( only similarities the events take place at the college but thankfully no serial killer involved) In my opinion this is so far best Groundhog Day theme retelling. ( I loved it more than “In a holidaze” , “How to save a life”) Time loop: stuck in a same day theme couldn’t be so adorable with RLS’ talented- feel good touch! I don’t know how she manages to create one of a kind, quirky, unique but also sweetest characters you wish to meet in person! Barrett Bloom: old soul, aspiring future journalist who takes risk to bring out the truth in expanse being pariah of the high school, voracious pasta consumer, besties with her teen mom ( at least she was a teen when she was having her, raised Barrett alone), so hopeful to make a fresh start till she gets stuck at the same day: September 21st Wednesday: longest equinox of her life with quirky, tense, awkward, shy, smart physics student Miles Kasher- Okamoto, loveliest Jewish Japanese- American nerd: sexiest and most likable geeky character the author might have created! They do everything to wake up at the next day: including retracing their steps, burying their heads into entire physics books in the library, doing good deeds like following Bill Murray’s steps, living live to the fullest like Samberg and Milioti did but nothing worked so far. They’ve been stuck living the same day for weeks! But as they start to spend more time together they slowly show respect to each other’s peculiar habits and quirkiness. Firstly they become friends and then they become more… They truly know they’re having so much fun but this can’t last longer: eventually they have to do something to get out from the time loop but HOW? Overall: in my opinion, this is so far the best RLS book! Honestly thanking her to write it! The messages about learning to love yourself, bullying, addiction were realistically written. And finally: I want to give million hugs to Miles! Special thanks to NetGalley and Simon&Schuster’s Children Publishing for sharing this amazing digital reviewer copy with me in exchange my honest thoughts!

  4. 4 out of 5

    megs_bookrack

    Barrett Bloom has really been looking forward to college. Her last year in high school was rough after an expose she wrote for their newspaper exposed a scandal involving the very popular tennis team. Needless to say, her peers were not kind in the aftermath. Barrett is craving a fresh start and a new opportunity for journalism at the college paper. Unfortunately, September 21st, Barrett's first official day of college is an absolute disaster. First, she gets an unexpected roommate who just so hap Barrett Bloom has really been looking forward to college. Her last year in high school was rough after an expose she wrote for their newspaper exposed a scandal involving the very popular tennis team. Needless to say, her peers were not kind in the aftermath. Barrett is craving a fresh start and a new opportunity for journalism at the college paper. Unfortunately, September 21st, Barrett's first official day of college is an absolute disaster. First, she gets an unexpected roommate who just so happens to be her high school nemesis. Then she gets embarrassed by another student, some cute jerk, in her Physics 101 class. Next, she flops her interview for the newspaper. If she thought things couldn't get worse however, she was wrong as that evening she sets fire to a fraternity house. Finally, topping the day off, her roommate locks her out of her dorm room forcing Barrett to sleep on a couch in the dorm common room. Barrett is horrified, mortified and mystified. This was not how she envisioned her first day going. She still hasn't chalked it up as a complete loss. There's a lot of the school year left. She can turn this thing around, right? She can. It's fine. The next morning, Barrett is surprised when she wakes up in her bed and gets introduced to her new, ex-high school nemesis roommate...again!! What the heck is going on here?! Checking the date, Barrett is floored. It is September 21st; the most horrible day she just lived through mere hours ago. The stream of events from the day prior are happening just as she knows they will. This time though, after her confrontation with the jerk from Physics 101, Barrett finds out he has been stuck in a time loop as well. For months. She's scared, I mean obviously this would be terrifying, but Barrett is comforted a bit by the fact she now has someone she can talk to about it. Even if it's Miles. Frankly, he can be infuriating. Over time though, as the two work together to try to solve their predicament, they begin to soften towards one another. Y'all. Y'all, y'all, y'all. Rachel Lynn Solomon is a gift to the world. This one seals the deal. How the heck is she doing this?! She's cranking out book after book, like it's nothing and they're all unique, heart-warming, thought-provoking, funny, relatable and swoon-worthy. I am in absolute awe. See You Yesterday was completely engaging from the very start. Barrett is such a likable character. She's been through some things and she not shy about working through them with the Reader. I liked how relatable she was. I think a lot of us have probably been through similar things and taken similar blows to the ego that Barrett has. It helped me to connect with her and ultimately to become fully invested in her journey. Additionally, Miles was such a fantastic love interest. He was smart, funny and quite interesting. He also wasn't scared to be vulnerable around Barrett. I'll admit to swooning over him a bit. Their banter back in forth gave me life while I was reading this. I loved them as a pair. The perfect mix or personality characteristics. It was super sweet. The nerdy time loop vibes were such a welcome change of pace for a YA Romantic Comedy. I need more of this. Rachel Lynn Solomon is an absolute go-to author for me. She can do no wrong in my eyes. If you haven't read any of her work yet, this would be a great place to start. I feel like it's a perfect example of her style. Thank you to the publisher, Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers, for providing me with a copy to read and review. I absolutely adored this and cannot wait for more from RLS!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    ;3

    sad to say that this was a snooze fest

  6. 4 out of 5

    booksandzoe

    one star taken off for the unironic use of "making love" HAHHA one star taken off for the unironic use of "making love" HAHHA

  7. 4 out of 5

    kimberly ☆

    thank you so so much simon and schuster for the arc! 4.5 stars 🌟 rachel you have done it again!!! this story is PHENOMENAL! i had so much fun reading it! you know the feeling of getting giddy and kicking your feet like a school girl? that’s exactly what i was doing during the moments with barrett and miles! i absolutely adored barrett and felt for her as we got to know her backstory and what happened to her her senior year. and miles ugh my heart couldn’t take it! i liked how we saw him come out thank you so so much simon and schuster for the arc! 4.5 stars 🌟 rachel you have done it again!!! this story is PHENOMENAL! i had so much fun reading it! you know the feeling of getting giddy and kicking your feet like a school girl? that’s exactly what i was doing during the moments with barrett and miles! i absolutely adored barrett and felt for her as we got to know her backstory and what happened to her her senior year. and miles ugh my heart couldn’t take it! i liked how we saw him come out of his shell and release some of that uptightness he was holding. as the story progresses we get more and more of what makes these characters who they are and it was done seamlessly! the plot and the story flowed really well and i thoroughly enjoyed this book! from the little quirks and everything in between, it was well worth it and i recommend this book to anyone who will listen!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Blaine

    “I could wake up on the same day a thousand times, and every single one would be different because of you. Every single one would be life-changing. Because of you.” … For a moment, I think that if I could stop time right here, I would. But it keeps moving. And maybe that’s even better.Barrett Bloom is hoping that, after a rough time in high school, her freshman year at the University of Washington will be the start of the promised “it gets better” period in her life. But on September 21, her first “I could wake up on the same day a thousand times, and every single one would be different because of you. Every single one would be life-changing. Because of you.” … For a moment, I think that if I could stop time right here, I would. But it keeps moving. And maybe that’s even better.Barrett Bloom is hoping that, after a rough time in high school, her freshman year at the University of Washington will be the start of the promised “it gets better” period in her life. But on September 21, her first day of classes, her new roommate turns out to be her high school nemesis, she gets humiliated by a classmate in her Physics 101 class, she blows her interview to get on the college newspaper staff, and then to top things off she accidentally starts a fire at a frat party. When she wakes up the next morning, ready to try to face the fallout of possibly the worst day of her life, she slowly realizes that it is September 21 all over again. And the next day, and the next day, and the next day …. See You Yesterday knows that you’ve seen Groundhog Day, and makes express references to that classic movie throughout. But this novel follows the twist laid out in the recent movie Palm Springs (a must-watch on Hulu if you haven’t already seen it) because Barrett soon learns that she is not alone in this time loop. Miles, the jerk who embarrassed her during her first first day of Physics 101, has been stuck in the loop for longer than she has. Together, they try to figure out how to escape the loop and make it to September 22. Is Miles right that they need to figure out the science—relativity, parallel universes, and the many worlds interpretations of quantum mechanics—in order to escape? Or is Barrett correct that they need to right a wrong, resolve some past trauma, and earn their way back? See You Yesterday uses the time loops to explore different parts of Barrett’s and Miles’s lives: Barrett’s nemesis Lucie, her mother, her prom date, her interest in journalism, Miles and his brother. It’s a good technique because it allows a variety of resolutions. The downside, and really the only weakness of the story, is that it’s not entirely clear which resolutions will survive into the next day. But that’s a fairly minor quibble. The relationship between Barrett and Miles develops at a believable pace, and is quite sweet. Be warned, though, that much of what drives the story is Barrett’s painful past. Her loneliness and the pain leftover from being bullied throughout high school are raw and real and tough to read in places. Still, it gives real weight to a story that could have simply been played for laughs. I didn’t love See You Yesterday quite as much as Ms. Solomon’s earlier, excellent novel Today Tonight Tomorrow, but it is still a very entertaining read. Recommended. P.S. Regular readers of my reviews will recall the Blaine Hall of Fame discussed in my review of Ready Player Two. There’s a Blaine referenced in this story. He’s not actually in the story, so he couldn’t qualify for the Hall—plus, he’s a terrible person. But he did inspire this line that, while objectively not true, really should be: “Besides—I’m pretty sure the Blaines of the world won in the end anyway.” 😄

  9. 5 out of 5

    Claude's Bookzone

    Well consider me charmed! This time-loop romance was actually done really well. The Groundhog day repetition seen in a time-loop story can often become boring but was kept to a bare minimum by Rachel. Each repeat of the day was fresh, original and at times hilarious. I found the characters to be totally relatable and was fully invested in a romantic outcome for Barrett and Miles. Adorably fun! CW: (view spoiler)[sex scenes, bullying, sex used for revenge, drugs, alcohol, addiction (hide spoiler)] Well consider me charmed! This time-loop romance was actually done really well. The Groundhog day repetition seen in a time-loop story can often become boring but was kept to a bare minimum by Rachel. Each repeat of the day was fresh, original and at times hilarious. I found the characters to be totally relatable and was fully invested in a romantic outcome for Barrett and Miles. Adorably fun! CW: (view spoiler)[sex scenes, bullying, sex used for revenge, drugs, alcohol, addiction (hide spoiler)]

  10. 5 out of 5

    Maja - BibliophiliaDK ✨

    GREAT CHARACTERS, SWEET ROMANCE AND A FANTASTICAL PLOT TO DIE FOR 😍 This book had everything. 😍 What I Loved 😍 Barrett: The first thing I fell in love with was Barret. Honestly, how could I not? Barret was absolutely great and so relatable. She was awkward, weird, blunt and oh so sweet. It was obvious that she was out of her depth in social relations and I related with that so hard. I loved following Barrett's evolution throughout the story. While she didn't loose anyone of her dorkiness or her awk GREAT CHARACTERS, SWEET ROMANCE AND A FANTASTICAL PLOT TO DIE FOR 😍 This book had everything. 😍 What I Loved 😍 Barrett: The first thing I fell in love with was Barret. Honestly, how could I not? Barret was absolutely great and so relatable. She was awkward, weird, blunt and oh so sweet. It was obvious that she was out of her depth in social relations and I related with that so hard. I loved following Barrett's evolution throughout the story. While she didn't loose anyone of her dorkiness or her awkwardness (thank god!) she still grew in a very satisfactory way. Miles: The second thing I fell in love with was Miles. Actually, he might be my new literary crush. He was adorable. He had this serious exterior, he was super nerdy but also sensitive and vulnerable. It just made him super likable and crushable and amazing. Relationship: Barrett and Miles had the sweetest relationship. And part of what made it so sweet was how believable it was. I was amazed at how naturally Solomon portrayed how their relationship evolved ever so slowly. It felt fresh and right and perfect for those two. This might be a slow burn romance, but in the absolute best way possible. Plot: Miles and Barrett are trapped in a time loop, forced to relieve the same day over and over. While that could easily become tiresome and repetitive, Solomon managed to make each look fresh and unique, slowly adding on to the plot day by day. So it didn't feel like a repeat - it felt like an evolving story. It takes talent to achieve that and Solomon definitely has that. Follow me for more book loving content! Blog ✨ Facebook ✨ Instagram ✨ Twitter Blog Post: 10 Criminally Underrated YA Books with an LGBTQ Twist

  11. 4 out of 5

    marwah

    currently sitting in the library resisting the urge to giggle and scream over this book. MILES AND BARRET MY LOVES🫶🫶 Thank you net gallery for this e-arc!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marieke (mariekes_mesmerizing_books)

    Could we pleaaase get more YA/NA books that focus less on perfect looks? I loved that Barrett is plus-sized and still eats normal stuff. As for Miles, his ears stick out. Yes, they do. So what?   I have to admit, I knew Rachel Lynn Solomon’s name but had never read anything by her. No clue why. I could come up with thousands of excuses. An over-piling TBR, cheesy covers (while I love the colors!), too popular, whatever. And she actually lives in the country where I come from!!   See You Yesterday is Could we pleaaase get more YA/NA books that focus less on perfect looks? I loved that Barrett is plus-sized and still eats normal stuff. As for Miles, his ears stick out. Yes, they do. So what?   I have to admit, I knew Rachel Lynn Solomon’s name but had never read anything by her. No clue why. I could come up with thousands of excuses. An over-piling TBR, cheesy covers (while I love the colors!), too popular, whatever. And she actually lives in the country where I come from!!   See You Yesterday is a funny, heartwarming, and sweet story about two students trapped in a time loop, and I smiled so much that my face hurt. My favorite by far was Miles. I loved him immensely! Imagine being in a time loop for about two months and reliving the same day time and again. I would go crazy and get angry and sad and would scream out loud at times. Miles didn’t. He stayed stoic and only started living again because of Barrett. She made him actually grin again. So I swooned over this story and rooted for the two of them so much! This story has convinced me. I should read more books by Rachel Lynn Solomon. My over-piling TBR will someday come tumbling down because of all those titles I’m adding and adding and adding, but I’ll definitely pick up one of Rachel’s other titles. I received an ARC from Simon and Schuster in exchange for an honest review. Follow me on Instagram

  13. 5 out of 5

    crystal

    4.75 ⭐️ rounded up! Thank you so much to the publisher, Simon & Schuster and to Rachel Lynn Solomon for sending me an ARC copy of See You Yesterday! I am a big fan of Solomon’s Today Tonight Tomorrow and when I heard of See You Yesterday, I had to have it!!!! I am truly in awe. I adore this book so much. The concept of the time loop was so fun and fascinating! I loved reading through the days and seeing Barrett and Miles friendship and relationship grow. Everyday was a new September 21st for them a 4.75 ⭐️ rounded up! Thank you so much to the publisher, Simon & Schuster and to Rachel Lynn Solomon for sending me an ARC copy of See You Yesterday! I am a big fan of Solomon’s Today Tonight Tomorrow and when I heard of See You Yesterday, I had to have it!!!! I am truly in awe. I adore this book so much. The concept of the time loop was so fun and fascinating! I loved reading through the days and seeing Barrett and Miles friendship and relationship grow. Everyday was a new September 21st for them and I loved seeing how Miles and Barrett would tackle that day. I truly couldn’t stop laughing at some of the things these two did. There was a few pages were I could not stop dying at what Barrett just did and I cannot wait for people to read this book. Overall, Barrett was hilarious! I love that girl so much and Miles was just so cute and awkward, I can’t!! Seeing these two form a relationship was the cutest thing ever. These two deserve all the happiness and I love what they found within each other.I’m just so so happy AHH! Rachel Lynn Solomon just knows how to write and capture your heart! And she’ll do it every. single. time!

  14. 5 out of 5

    ApoorvaReads

    “I mean it. I could wake up on the same day a thousand times, and every single one would be different because of you. Every single one would be life-changing. Because of you.” rachel lynn solomon does it again<33

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay (pawsomereads)

    Rachel Lynn Solomon never disappoints! This was such an endearing and entertaining story. After a difficult high school experience, Barrett Bloom is ready for college to turn her into a brand new person. When her first day goes wrong in almost every way, she wakes up the next morning determined to start fresh. The universe grants her wish when she finds out she’s been transported back in time to start the same day over and over and over again, but she’s not alone in this time loop. Her physics c Rachel Lynn Solomon never disappoints! This was such an endearing and entertaining story. After a difficult high school experience, Barrett Bloom is ready for college to turn her into a brand new person. When her first day goes wrong in almost every way, she wakes up the next morning determined to start fresh. The universe grants her wish when she finds out she’s been transported back in time to start the same day over and over and over again, but she’s not alone in this time loop. Her physics classmate Miles is stuck there with her. See You Yesterday fills in a gap that I feel has been present in the YA genre for a long time. These characters are at a pivotal time in their lives as they transition from high school to college and I really appreciated how this momentous life event was detailed in this story. I just love this author’s writing. It’s so good and has the perfect mix of humor and emotion. Barrett’s and Miles’ characterizations felt to genuine and authentic. They came across as real people and I know that many freshmen experience the same feelings and concerns that they did in their early days of college. Their relationship and connection was so sweet. It was a bit of a slow burn and I really enjoyed how the romance played out overall. The character arcs that took place over this many-week (but also one day) period were so good and I loved that the reader can see the characters learning and changing together. This book also has great Jewish and Japanese American rep as well as a plus-size MC! I was definitely intrigued by the time loop component but also a little nervous going into it because I wasn’t sure how easy it would be to follow along with. Thankfully this really didn’t end up being a factor in my enjoyment of the story. There’s a little physics theory talk but nothing too in depth or difficult to understand. Something that both of the main characters struggled with was the fear of never being enough for anyone. I think a lot of readers will be able to connect with this sentiment and it was handled with such care in this book. As always, I can’t wait to read whatever Rachel Lynn Solomon writes next and I can’t wait for everyone else to get to read this one! Thank you so much to NetGalley, the author and the publisher for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Piya

    Getting stuck in a timeloop with an adorable physics nerd is cool and sure sounds awesome but I'd kil- sell a kidney to get stuck with Barret Bloom. Barret my love i could be a better boyfriend than him. I could do the shit that he never did. This book was worth the wait. Miles and Barret aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah *uncontrollable screaming* BARRET BLOOM *scREAMING INTENSIFIES* yes I'm shipping me and Barret ~Word Dump~ Lucie Lamont may be a bitch, but unfortunately for her, so am I. BARRET. BARRET. BA Getting stuck in a timeloop with an adorable physics nerd is cool and sure sounds awesome but I'd kil- sell a kidney to get stuck with Barret Bloom. Barret my love i could be a better boyfriend than him. I could do the shit that he never did. This book was worth the wait. Miles and Barret aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah *uncontrollable screaming* BARRET BLOOM *scREAMING INTENSIFIES* yes I'm shipping me and Barret ~Word Dump~ Lucie Lamont may be a bitch, but unfortunately for her, so am I. BARRET. BARRET. BARRET. BARRET. BARRET BARRET. BARRET. BARRET. Also read: I may be an utter mess of a human, but I don’t think I’m a bad person. Not entirely. Barret Bloom is definitely the most well written character I've read this year. She is brave, she is sure of what she wants and she is comfortable in her own skin, with being who she is and no you can't tell me that she iS FiCtIoNaL. Rachel Lynn Solomon writes relatable teenagers and it's not just because they use 'like' in every sentence. I mean like it is a part of it but like being a teenager is not all I HATE EVERYBODY. there is more to it. And Rachel brings that into her characters. The vulnerability, the never ending cycle of ✨self doubt✨ and the fear of the unknown and of what you know. Sometimes you don’t want every opportunity at your fingertips. Sometimes you just want to be bored, and that’s okay. Sometimes you just want dinner and a movie. The grumpy sunshine plot never gets old and its x100 times better when they're both stuck alone in a time loop and have to go through the same day for over?around? a month. The devil works hard, but Miles’s jaw muscles work harder. So to end this dump here, i LOVED THIS BOOK AND IM SURE YOU WILL TOO🔪. .................................. I would write a review but i think i might have to get checked for diabetes first. Brb. .................................. ~Pre-Read Drama~ Cool cover ✅ Awesome title ✅ This is going to be another new favorite. I can't wait to read this!!! akahakajakajakaj can someone kill time??? I will throw a fit if the magic element of this book remains unexplained. You CANNOT deny me that

  17. 4 out of 5

    steff ˚୨୧⋆。

    4 stars ☆ Since I loved Today Tonight Tomorrow, I need to read this book. I liked the plot of this because of them being stuck on the same day which I purely enjoyed reading especially Barrett and Miles !!! AHHH MY LOVES. Their moments together made me giggle and smile ear to ear every single time. OH, ESPECIALLY THE RAIN KISS !! OMFFGGGG. The cutest strangers to friends to lovers <3. Thank you Netgalley and Simon & Schuster Canada for this ARC!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ayushi (bookwormbullet)

    Thank you so much to Simon Teen for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review! I didn't like this one as much as Today Tonight Tomorrow, but it was still enjoyable for the most part. I'm also not a fan of Groundhog Day trope to begin with--I feel like it starts getting really repetitive at one point, which is obviously intentional, and the same happened here where some of the ways Miles and Barrett spent their days felt like plot fillers. I also wish there was a stronger hate-to-l Thank you so much to Simon Teen for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review! I didn't like this one as much as Today Tonight Tomorrow, but it was still enjoyable for the most part. I'm also not a fan of Groundhog Day trope to begin with--I feel like it starts getting really repetitive at one point, which is obviously intentional, and the same happened here where some of the ways Miles and Barrett spent their days felt like plot fillers. I also wish there was a stronger hate-to-lovers arc here (I feel like Barrett barely hated Miles before they became friends) but they were still very cute! I feel like this review makes it seem like it I didn't like the book, but that's not true, I did enjoy it a lot. I think I'm just comparing it a lot to Today Tonight Tomorrow, which isn't totally fair cause it's truly so hard to top that book LOL. Follow me on TikTok | Instagram | Twitter for more book reviews & recommendations!

  19. 4 out of 5

    -ˏˋjamieˊˎ-

    ok but i need this book now, like right now no, scratch that—i needed this book yesterday (see what i did there? ;D) ok but i need this book now, like right now no, scratch that—i needed this book yesterday (see what i did there? ;D)

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sydney | sydneys.books

    Warning: this book will give you intense flashbacks to your freshman dorm, a strong craving for mozzarella sticks (even if you don't like cheese), and a six-pack after laughing your abs into shape. It's Palm Springs meets Today Tonight Tomorrow in the best way. "Time is helping me recognize who I'm supposed to be, only I'm not sure who that person is yet. Whatever the reason the universe singled us out, Miles and I found each other in this strange echo of a world. And that means something."* I Warning: this book will give you intense flashbacks to your freshman dorm, a strong craving for mozzarella sticks (even if you don't like cheese), and a six-pack after laughing your abs into shape. It's Palm Springs meets Today Tonight Tomorrow in the best way. "Time is helping me recognize who I'm supposed to be, only I'm not sure who that person is yet. Whatever the reason the universe singled us out, Miles and I found each other in this strange echo of a world. And that means something."* I haven't had such an emotional reading experience of an RLS book since Our Year of Maybe. And holy hell, did I go through the RANGE of emotions. TW: slut-shaming, panic attacks, fatphobia, bullying, brief mentions of drug addiction, car accident, some light revenge stalking This one that works best going into not knowing much, but you will come out of this with your knowledge of psychics increased, that's for sure. I loved how much this felt like Today Tonight Tomorrow, but also felt so entirely different from anything else she's written. There is the time travel/magic element that probably is why this one stands out so sharply, but I also love that it's set at college and so visually appealing. This would make the best freaking movie. I say that about every RLS book, but I mean it every time. In this book we have: the most romantic Shabbat dinner that is not on Shabbat to ever exist, many hours spent in a library, a love interest that is guarded and stiff but also dreamy AF, a cat lady, some road trips, facts about gophers, overcoming sexual trauma, and A CHAOTIC AF MAIN CHARACTER. Like, when I say chaotic AF, I mean it. Rep: Asian love interest, Jewish main characters, sapphic side characters, a questioning side character, a fat lead with glasses and unruly hair, panic attacks and anxiety rep, and some trauma. Also, this book has my favorite last scene of any book maybe ever, incredibly realistic female friendship, a female wanting to work in journalism, many many puns, sex positivity, an accidental fire, and a kiss in the rain. A pitch-perfect romcom, Rachel is a master of crafting the most beautiful stories that make you somehow laugh, cry, and curse her out at the same time. *Quotes are from an early copy and may not reflect the final version. Thank you to Simon Teen for gifting me an arc every single time I slide into your emails. That does not change my opinions, which are always mine and usually strongly-worded. ------ Rachel wrote this book with a broken elbow and watch it still SLAP as if she wrote it without pain medication or an arm sling. Your faves could never.

  21. 5 out of 5

    fatma

    3.5 stars This was so cute! I've enjoyed pretty much everything that I've read by Rachel Lynn Solomon before, and See You Yesterday was no exception. This story works so well because of its premise, which has definitely been before, but which I think Solomon does particularly well: the stuck-in-a-time-loop plot. Our two leads, Barrett and Miles, find themselves stuck in a time loop in their first year of college, and on their first day of classes no less. This setup, then, allows for the story to 3.5 stars This was so cute! I've enjoyed pretty much everything that I've read by Rachel Lynn Solomon before, and See You Yesterday was no exception. This story works so well because of its premise, which has definitely been before, but which I think Solomon does particularly well: the stuck-in-a-time-loop plot. Our two leads, Barrett and Miles, find themselves stuck in a time loop in their first year of college, and on their first day of classes no less. This setup, then, allows for the story to explore and develop a lot of things: the romance, for one, but also a lot of coming-of-age things that the characters are just starting to learn about themselves. And I just really loved seeing the relationship between Miles and Barrett develop over the course of the story--there are some lovely little moments here, and Solomon writes them in a grounded, moving way. Definitely recommend this if you're looking for something quick and cute, regardless of whether you usually read YA or not. Thanks so much to Simon & Schuster Canada for providing me an e-ARC of this via NetGalley!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    I have never read anything like this book and it’s incredible. Rachel Lynn Solomon just knows how to make me feel seen in her books, I really could just see myself in Barrett. I love the Groundhog Day inspired aspect of this book. I just love this author in general.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jena

    4.5 stars Despite generally hating time travel and time loop plot lines, I requested an ARC of this book because I absolutely love this author's writing, and I'm so glad I did. Despite its obvious plot influences, like Groundhog Day, See You Yesterday is such a perfectly unique story. Rachel Lynn Solomon quickly got through the "required" parts of the plot, like the main character realizing she's in a time loop, and rather focussed on character driven moments, which allowed the characters arcs to 4.5 stars Despite generally hating time travel and time loop plot lines, I requested an ARC of this book because I absolutely love this author's writing, and I'm so glad I did. Despite its obvious plot influences, like Groundhog Day, See You Yesterday is such a perfectly unique story. Rachel Lynn Solomon quickly got through the "required" parts of the plot, like the main character realizing she's in a time loop, and rather focussed on character driven moments, which allowed the characters arcs to be that much stronger. Overall, the character writing was really incredible (as per usual for this author). This story contains really good diversity and conversations surrounding topical issues, but even on a lighter note I found the characters and their daily struggles to be really relatable, such as Barrett's struggle with loneliness. Lastly, the romance was painfully cute. Really, I can't recommend this book enough! Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster Canada for the eARC in exchange for an honest review.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Roz

    4 ⭐️ So cute!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    kinereads

    4,5 ⭐️ this was just so CUTE! i truly enjoyed this story from start to finish, and I just really liked the characters. I would recommend this, it was an easy and cute read.

  26. 4 out of 5

    sam

    slow burn enemies to lovers + time loop set in college 😏 » thank you to netgalley & simon & schuster for an arc !!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    A huge thank you to the publisher for an ARC! *Note: this is an HONEST SPOILER FREE REVIEW* “I could wake up on the same day a thousand times, and every single one would be different because of you. Every single one would be life-changing. Because of you.” My rating: 4.5 stars I already wish I could go back in time and read this book for the first time again. Maybe the universe will play a cruel joke on me tomorrow and allow me to relive my day once. Just once. Unless you throw Miles Kasher-Okam A huge thank you to the publisher for an ARC! *Note: this is an HONEST SPOILER FREE REVIEW* “I could wake up on the same day a thousand times, and every single one would be different because of you. Every single one would be life-changing. Because of you.” My rating: 4.5 stars I already wish I could go back in time and read this book for the first time again. Maybe the universe will play a cruel joke on me tomorrow and allow me to relive my day once. Just once. Unless you throw Miles Kasher-Okamoto into the mix. Then I’ll settle for infinity. I am convinced that See You Yesterday by Rachel Lynn Solomon is crack. Like actual crack. I grinned at my phone like an idiot for four hours (it was most definitely worth squinting at my screen). Representation (LGBTQ+ and cultural)? Check. The humor? On point. The low key enemies to friends to lovers slow burn? *chefs kiss* Perfection. A grumpy hero who falls first and harder? Yup and yup *drools*. Relationships (nonromantic and romantic)? Amazing. Groundhog day concept? Well executed. The science?….well I’ll leave that for you physic majors to confirm. As someone who is currently a freshman at a university, I have to address the whole college setting. I couldn’t stop laughing at how accurate everything was. The gross dorms, running to class, and clothe eating washing machines. I wish I could say my first day was as eventful as Barrett Bloom’s though (or do I? gotta be careful about what I wish for). And I’ll be honest, it’s been a while since I’ve felt this connected to a character and story. The moment I met Barrett, our heroine, I knew that I had met my sarcastic and bad b*tch match. Since the very beginning, Barrett’s character was relatable and lovable. She’s witty, hilarious, brave, strong, beautiful, and much more. She doesn’t let anyone walk over her. She’s basically who I aspire to be. But of course, as all great characters come, Barrett had her flaws and struggles. Struggling with anxiety and panic attacks added to her character–not consumed her character, which I think is an important differentiation to point out. As I have mentioned in the past, I have read books where mental health/illness is poorly incorporated. Solomon, fortunately, did a good job at incorporating both the set backs and growth. Now, this wouldn’t be a review by yours truly without me gushing all over the cute romance and hero. First though, I want to take a second to talk about Miles’ character. I absolutely adored everything about his grumpy ass–his bravery, perseverance, awkwardness, acceptance, and much more. He’s truly a lovable dork at heart and I love him. And I love how much he loved Barrett (I mean he was willing to risk it all for her *swoons*). The growth of their relationship throughout the story was *chef’s kiss*. Them learning to live life together made my heart melt. With all that being said, I can’t talk about much more without spilling the beans. I better see y’all running to your bookstores to grab a copy of this book when it releases (otherwise I’ll turn back the clock until you do *wink*). I hope all of you find something inspiring in this story. booktok: katsxlibrary bookstagram: day_dreamer394

  28. 5 out of 5

    Hannah B.

    Okay so this was good but not like great great…the romance was cute but can’t even compare to Rowan and Neil and it didn’t feel as well developed (but I was still rooting for them). I don’t really know what it was, but I have read some other YA romances this past month that I LOVED so maybe they’re in the back of my mind. Both of those were very very focused on the romance and maybe I just didn’t quite feel that here… Because then the rest of the book was kinda just doing the same thing that got Okay so this was good but not like great great…the romance was cute but can’t even compare to Rowan and Neil and it didn’t feel as well developed (but I was still rooting for them). I don’t really know what it was, but I have read some other YA romances this past month that I LOVED so maybe they’re in the back of my mind. Both of those were very very focused on the romance and maybe I just didn’t quite feel that here… Because then the rest of the book was kinda just doing the same thing that got rather uninteresting. Also a lot of it was them trying to understand the time loop rather than Bill Murray just fucking around. They did fuck around don’t get me wrong, but I didn’t understand the rules of the time loop so it maybe would’ve been better to just yolo it and not have them try to explain it away. In Groundhog’s Day, he’s a solid asshole at the beginning and makes a lot of change by the end. I understand where the change was here…but it wasn’t as interesting I guess. A lot of things they resolved in the past timeloop days just weren’t concluded once everything righted itself. I’m especially annoyed about the principal and high school bully that got zero fuck-up-their-lives schemes smote upon them. No music was faced! So she confronted the bully in one of the time loop days, so he doesn’t remember it when she finally stops reliving the same day. Also, the kicker is that she really didn’t even cathartically make him suffer in the time loop. He literally didn’t give a FUCK about her or how he made her feel and she said the confrontation made her feel worse about the situation…same. I’m all for confronting your inner demons for *yourself* but a bitch wants revenge for *herself.* It also made me sad that Lucie also didn’t remember everything. There was obviously the hint of friendship at the end but it still felt unresolved because the book just ended (no time jump in the future). An epilogue would’ve been great here to see how everyone they interacted with in the time loop (for better or for worse) was doing. As always, I do love how Solomon crafts her characters (main characters especially). They’re never cookie cutter and she seems to write representation very naturally and I love when you can casually hear about yourself, and see yourself represented and finding love in a traditionally published book. Overall, I wasn’t as in love with this as I thought I’d be…it was good and cute but kinda boring and didn’t make me feel all cutesy and smiley like Today, Tonight, Tomorrow. It’s still 3.5⭐️ but I’m just dramatically sad lol I love the color pink. ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5*/5 🌶**/5 *I bought the audiobook but honestly idk if I’ll listen to this again. It just didn’t make me feel all cute and heart eyes like T3. I normally don’t try to compare authors recent work with their past work, but since I tend to expect smiles and heart eyes from YA romance, I do think I can use T3 as a comparison. Like the parameters of the book weren’t so far removed from T3 that it would feel unreasonable for me to expect the same 🥰 vibes. **This is kissing the line of New Adult because the have pretty descriptive (for YA standards) sex. I was expecting this and don’t mind it but just so ya know. It was more detailed than T3. I don’t think I’ll write the author off…just yet, but I’ve only really loved T3. The Ex Talk was great on my first listen but didn’t really hold up on my reread (I won’t be rereading) and I disliked Weather Girl and We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This. - Also the audiobook has a production error and it skipped over her confronting the bully in the past lol (I just got a summary that the confrontation didn’t even help her in the next chapter.) CWs: for pretty major bullying in the past (recounted in the present) ✨Thanks to the publisher for an advanced review copy! All opinions are honest and my own.✨

  29. 5 out of 5

    bee ʚïɞ

    five stars! *:・゚✧ gosh i loved this :3 i was originally hesitant because i didn’t know if i’d be a fan of the whole groundhog-day scenario, but this was such a fun and entertaining read, and i really loved the idea of being stuck in a time loop with someone else. barrett was a very cute and relatable main character, loved that she was also a Big Girl, and miles was just asfhkl amazing all around. i loved his energy, he lowkey gave me like a mix of warner and kenji from the ‘shatter me’ series 👀 five stars! *:・゚✧ gosh i loved this :3 i was originally hesitant because i didn’t know if i’d be a fan of the whole groundhog-day scenario, but this was such a fun and entertaining read, and i really loved the idea of being stuck in a time loop with someone else. barrett was a very cute and relatable main character, loved that she was also a Big Girl, and miles was just asfhkl amazing all around. i loved his energy, he lowkey gave me like a mix of warner and kenji from the ‘shatter me’ series 👀 this is my fourth book by rachel lynn solomon and i have seriously loved each and every one. i can’t wait to see what she comes out with next! <3

  30. 5 out of 5

    razan

    smiled. giggled. cried. loved the characters and loved the development of their relationship from tentative friendship to something more. their interactions just made me sooo giddy. want to wrap both barrett and miles in bubble wrap and protect them from the world my baby boos. ALSO THE WAY I ALMOST WENT INTO FUCKING CARDIAC ARREST TOWARDS THE END I SWEAR I WAS GOING TO START BREAKING THINGS but crisis was averted thANK GOD.

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