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Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day Reviews

Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day by Captain Tom Moore

Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day: My Autobiography

Captain Tom Moore

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2 reviews

Imprint: Michael Joseph Ltd
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Publication date: 15 Sep 2020
ISBN: 9780241486108

Captain Tom's story is our story. It is the story of our past hundred years here in Britain. It's a time which has seen so much change, yet when so much has stayed the same: the national spirit, the can-do attitude, the belief in doing your best for others. In this rich, happy life packed with incident you will encounter time and again the curiosity, courage and generosity that saw Captain Tom look around him during our current crisis and decide that something had to be done

1 Prize for Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day

The British Book Awards
2021 Shortlist: Non-Fiction Narrative Book of the Year

The judges for this category will have a tough time choosing between these books: a natural historian, a former president and a Second World War veteran are just some of the authors on this list. Weaving a string between all of these books is the remarkable stories they tell and the important topics they tackle, from racism to climate change to hopefulness.


3 stars out of 5
17 Sep 2020

"His upbeat nature shines through and reminds us how much worse this year would have been without him."

Before you even get to the walk, Moore’s life story is worth reading as a record of oral history. He is old enough for this not to have been his first pandemic. He was born just as Spanish Flu was easing, in the year Rupert Bear was created and has lived through the Second World War, the first moon landing, the swinging sixties and the fall of the Berlin Wall... Despite a baggy, saccharine start, it is hard to criticise a man who has done so much good. His upbeat nature shines through and reminds us how much worse this year would have been without him.

4 stars out of 5
Saul David
17 Sep 2020

"The beloved veteran's memoir shows a man entirely unwilling to be beaten down by circumstance - surely required reading for all politicians"

What sets Moore apart from later generations is his unwillingness to be beaten down by circumstance. If he has a setback – and he has had many – he deals with it and moves on, trusting to hard work, common sense and the belief that tomorrow will be better (hence the book’s title). It often is. His wonderful and instructive life story – beautifully ghostwritten by the author Wendy Holden – should be required reading for politicians everywhere.