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Interesting

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The Book of Tomorrow: A Novel
by Cecelia Ahern

Published: 2012-07-24
Paperback : 336 pages
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“A sweet, life-affirming tale . . . with a liberal sprinkling of magic.”
—Marie Claire (UK)

“Filled with family secrets, intrigue, and magic aplenty.”
—Booklist

Bestselling author Cecelia Ahern follows The Gift and P.S. I Love You with the mesmerizing story of a teenaged girl ...

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“A sweet, life-affirming tale . . . with a liberal sprinkling of magic.”
Marie Claire (UK)

“Filled with family secrets, intrigue, and magic aplenty.”
Booklist

Bestselling author Cecelia Ahern follows The Gift and P.S. I Love You with the mesmerizing story of a teenaged girl coming face-to-face with grief, growth, and magic in the Irish countryside, after a mysterious book begins to reveal her own memories from one day in the future. Perfect for long-time fans of Ahern, as well as for younger readers coming to her for the first time, The Book of Tomorrow’s strong voice and sophisticated storytelling mark an instant new classic from this already beloved author.

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by mel29 (see profile) 05/20/14

 
  "The Book Of Tomorrow"by Silver's Reviews (see profile) 07/17/13

Instead of rags to riches, Tamara Goodwin and her mother went from riches to rags. After Mr. Goodwin committed suicide they were penniless and went from a huge house to a small cottage that... (read more)

 
  "Too much going on"by FTessa (see profile) 07/08/13

There is a decent plot (or three) hiding in all this mess. How Tamara and her mother recover from the suicide of their father/husband would make a good story in itself. The secrets of the K... (read more)

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