The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern

Posted: July 25, 2012 in Fiction, Suspense, Young Adults
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The Book of TomorrowI think most people go to the bookshops and have no idea what they want to buy. Somehow, the books sit there, almost magically willing people to pick them up. The right person for the right book. It’s as though they already know whose life they need to be a part of, how they can make a difference, how they can teach a lesson, put a smile on a face at just the right time. I think about books a lot differently now” –  A dairy entry from The Book of Tomorrow

Cecelia Ahern is one of my favorite authors who never fails to entertain the readers. I just love her books, I have read ”P.S I love You”, ”If You Could See Me Now” , ”Thanks For The Memories” and ”A Place called Here” so far and liked it. She has a different writing style where she gives wings for her imaginations to fly throughout the book.

”The Book of Tomorrow” is a story of teenage girl, Tamara who is a spoiled brat. After her dad’s suicide due to bankruptcy she moves in with her  mom to aunt Rosaleen and uncle Arthur’s near a ruined castle. Accidentally she  gets a dairy which informs her about her tomorrow. Until then she never knew there was a huge secret in her past, but when she tries to follow the entries in the dairy she follows the mysterious clues to her past where there is a solution for her problems of present. Okay now I don’t want to tell the story and spoil the fun, so to find out what is it about you have to read the book.

This book is little slow moving at first but later I couldn’t put it down. In the beginning you may feel bored to read the boring statements of her life by Tamara later I am sure you will definitely feel more curious about her life. It is a good read if you are interested to believe in miracles.

  1. Cassie says:

    I’m kind of obsessed with the cover of this book and I’ve loved all her books so I will definitely be reading it. I’m most excited about this plot though!

  2. TBM says:

    Cool. I haven’t read her, but she sounds like a good read.

  3. Might just give it a try, thanks for the tip 🙂

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