The Book of Tomorrow - Cecelia Ahern Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007233701 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Cecelia Ahern / Hardcover / 336 Pages / Book is published 2009-10-01 by HarperCollins ... more
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by - written on 10/09/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I've never read 'P.S. I Love You' because my body seems to automatically reject romance novels/films if they claim 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! Thankfully, it didn't disappoint. ==---Plot---== Sixteen year old Tamara Goodwin has it all: a big mansion, friends to have a laugh with and all the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10, updated on 14/01/10 (Very useful, 255 readings)
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 an intriguing premise, I decided it was time to give Cecelia Ahern another go. When her Father commits suicide and leaves the previously wealthy family penniless, 16-year-old Tamara Goodwin and her mother are forced ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/12/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
=== The Book of Tomorrow - Celia 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 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 to give it a go and took the plunge. In the main, I was rather pleased with this book, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Before reading The Book Of Tomorrow I had only read one book by Cecelia Ahern which was The Gift. I did enjoy The Gift but it didn't make enough impression on me to put Cecelia Ahern at the top of my favourite authors list and so I did not rush out to find any of her other books. When searching for a book I always try my Library's returns section and this is where I found The Book Of Tomorrow. From the cover it looked to me to be a bit of a mystical book, and when reading the back for further information on the book it tells you very little but the little bit of information it does give is another to make you curious as it mentions a strange padlocked book. I thought I .. Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/10 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I was given this book by a family friend, she had accidentally bought 2 copies of it so she gave the other to us. I was very pleased she had given it to us as anyone likes a free book and also I had seen it in my local bookshop and I was attracted to the pretty cover. I had not read anything by Cecelia Ahern before but was keen to start reading as I had heard from many people that her books were absolutely fantastic. *Plot* Tamara Goodwin is sixteen. Recently, her life has been turned upside down. She used to be so happy, living a luxury life in Ireland. Her Dad was very rich, owning a large mansion where they had their own private beach. Tamara was ... Read the complete review
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