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The Book of Tomorrow - Cecelia Ahern Having loved Cecelia Ahern's successful debut novel, ‘P.S. I Love You’, with a passion; it was one of the most emotional books I’ve ever had the pleasure to read; I had devoured every book she had written afterwards. Some have resonated with me more than ... Read review
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Book of Tomorrow - Cecelia Ahern

Pages: 320, Mass Market Paperback, Harper Collins USA

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A book with a sprinkling of 'magic'

AdvantagesA nice read with just just a sprinkling of magic

DisadvantagesDepressing to start with

"...passion; it was one of the most emotional books I’ve ever had the pleasure to read; I had devoured every book she had written afterwards. Some have resonated with me more than others, but ‘If You Could See Me Now’, was decidedly lacking in depth and direction, and was totally forgettable in my opinion. To this end, I’d stopped reading any more of her work in favour of other authors, but when I saw the rather magical cover of this book, I was tempted ..." Read review
28.12.2011

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Lose Today In The Book Of Tomorrow

Advantagesfascinating, original page turner of a book!

Disadvantagescould have been a bit longer, felt a little rushed

"I am one of the very few people who wasn't all that impressed by Cecelia Ahern's successful debut novel, PS.I Love You. While others raved about it, I was a bit 'meh' about the whole thing, and thought Marian Keyes did a similar story far better in Is Anybody Out There? Being so under whelmed by that book, I have avoided Cecelia's subsequent novels. That is until her latest book, released in October, caught my eye. With the most stunning cover and ..." Read review
25.01.2010

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If what happens tomorrow was written down, would you change it?

AdvantagesEngrossing story, well-written characters, witty and funny narrative by the lead.

DisadvantagesRomance slightly underdeveloped.

"...to make girls cry from the start. That said, I still took out one of author Cecilia Ahern’s other books, ‘The Book of Tomorrow’, from the library anyway. Partly I was drawn in by the pretty book cover even though it screams ‘chick lit’, but the premise itself sounded like one I could really get into- discovering a book which has the power to read like a diary of the future? Sign me up! ==---Plot---== Sixteen year old Tamara Goodwin has it all: a ..." Read review
10.09.2012

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Tomorrow does come!

AdvantagesInteresting story and well thought out and developed characters

DisadvantagesNone for me but, some may not like th emagical elements

"...this author I was hoping the book would be just as good as the last book I read by her. The author: Cecelia Ahern is a popular author who has written 7 books so far. Her first, ‘PS I love you’ was written at the age of 21 and it instantly became a best seller and was later made into a film starring Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler. Her books have also been published in forty six countries and have collectively sold over 12 million copies! The ..." Read review
11.11.2011

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Never judge a book by it's cover!

AdvantagesEasy to read

DisadvantagesSome aspects of the plot were not developed enough, characters were weak, not all that magical

"I spotted the Book of Tomorrow by Cecilia Ahern when browsing the shelves of my local library. Although I had heard of her, Cecilia Ahern was not an author whose work I was familiar with and so I had no expectations. I don’t normally judge a book by its front cover but in this case I have to admit it as the first thing that drew me to the book. It has an intricate gold and star pattern printed on a purple backing. It’s certainly eye-catching! Turning ..." Read review
01.01.2011

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