Review: The Book of Tomorrow

The Book of Tomorrow
The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Recommended for fans of [author : Cecelia Ahern] & [author : Sarah Addison Allen]

Tamara has just moved with her mother from there upmarket mansion on the outskirts of Dublin city to move in with her uncle and his wife in a small gatehouse in what we describe it here in Ireland as the arsehole of nowhere

Tamara is grieving her father and attempting to snap her mother out of the severe grief she is going through. Living with her uncle that – communicates primarily in grunts- and his neurotic, secretive wife is grating on Tamara and suffocating her sense of free will.

In her journey of overcoming her grief she meets new faces such as Marcus and finds magical places to sit and think.However all is not how it seems. When Marcus’ mobile library arrives Tamara checks out an interesting looking book that turns out to be an empty diary. Without knowing how it happens the diary appears to show diary entries written by Tamara dated the following day.

This is when she should have thrown the damn notebook away because all I could think was this………..

But Tamara uses the diary entries to her advantage. Learning from what happened to her in the diary she manipulates the following days to suit her to try and figure out what her Aunt Rosaleen is up to, what her uncle knows, what Sr. Ignatious knows and who the creepy person following her aroud the countryside is.

For Tamara the results of her sleuth work will changer her life and the lives of others forever.

A beautifully written mystery intertwined with magical elements.

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