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Book Review for: The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern

The Book of Tomorrow was an absolute ‘heart-tertaining’ novel. There wasn’t a single chapter that bored me. I just read one chapter from this novel, just one chapter and I was immediately hooked. That barely happens to me when I read a book. All the paragraphs were written so very thoughtfully, all the words made so much sense. And I MUST not forget to point out the hilariously accurate examples the author provided along with every situation in the book.

It had the perfect amount of sadness and irony, a combination that makes a novel captivating. And the ironies were always so much on point that it actually turned out to be genuinely funny. Even though this book is now in my ‘Most favorites’ list, I have to admit that some situations in this book got a little confusing, and very messy at times. It had a mixture of YA, fantasy, mystery, romance and what not. I have not read a book with so many genres before, ever. But overall it was a very good novel.

I would give this book a 4 out of 5 stars. If you haven’t read this book, now is the best time you should.

This book is about the daughter of a super-rich family. Tamara had everything she ever wanted, until one day an incident turned her world upside down. She had lost almost everything. She had to shift from her beach viewed mansion to a gatehouse in a small village. Boredom took her to reading books and reading books took her to a travelling library where she found a mysterious old leather-bound book with a lock without its key. When she finally got to open the book, she found something so mysterious it literally changed her tomorrow.

I won’t say anymore, read the book already!

My favorite quote: “Hope like that, as I thought before, doesn’t make you a weak person. It’s hopelessness that makes you weak. Hope makes you stronger, because it brings with it a sense of reason. Not a reason for how or why they were taken from you, but a reason for you to live.”

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