Friday, October 2, 2009

"The Book of Tomorrow" by Cecelia Ahern [4]

Tamara Goodwin has always lived in the here and now,
never giving a second thought to tomorrow.
Until a travelling library arrives in her tiny village,
bringing with it a mysterious, large leather-bound book
locked with a gold clasp and padlock.
What she discovers within the pages takes
her breath away and shakes her world to its core.

Tamara Goodwin is your typical spoilt rich kid, who thinks that the world owes her everything,
and when she doesn't get it, she takes it out on her father and who ever else is around.
Her world is shattered when she finds her father has committed suicide and left her and her mother in financial ruin.

They move to the country and live with Tamara's aunt and uncle.
They live in what was called a gatehouse next to the castle ruins of Kilsaney Castle.
Tamara is bored and lonely and wanting her life back in Dublin, but things change when a travelling library passes through.
Tamara uncovers deep secrets from the past that will affect her world forever...through a mysterious leather bound book.

A really wonderful story of how tomorrow can effect today.

How stepping out of your comfort zone can make you a better person.

A wonderful book that all young adults should read.

A quick warning...there is a little bad language.

I rate this book 4 stars.

1 comment:

Ladytink_534 said...

I haven't decided if I'm going to read this or not. I liked Ahern's PS I Love You and her Love, Rosie books but I haven't tried anything else by her.

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