Review: "The Book of Tomorrow" by Cecelia Ahern

When Tamara Goodwin is forced to move to the country following the death of her father, she thinks that her life is over. But when a travelling library arrives in the small village she comes across a book that will change her life.

The Book of Tomorrow is an excellent novel that weaves together grief, family secrets, magic, mystery and curiosity. There is just enough suspense to have you guessing what the secrets can be, but not enough to drive you crazy!

I have never read any of Cecelia Ahern's books before and have never been very interested in them based on the descriptions. But this was an excellent book, well-written with a wonderfully told story that keeps you hooked through every page. Readers will instantly connect with the main character and will be captivated by the magic that occurs through the book she has discovered.

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