The Book of Tomorrow is about Tamara Goodwin, a girl who was born into a life of luxury and has been spoilt beyond belief by her parents. However, when something unexpected happens, everything in her world changes and this in turn causes her to also change as a person. As a result of these changes, she comes across a travelling library where she finds a mysterious book which appears to be completely empty. Secrets start to slowly unravel and everything turns a bit sinister towards the latter half of the novel.
In terms of plot, I thought it was pretty good. The pacing was good and there was enough mystery throughout for me to want to find out what happens next. Tamara isn't very likeable at the beginning but as more and more of her character is revealed, you begin to see the real version of her and she's actually not that bad a person. For me, it was quite obvious from the beginning who was good and who was bad and my thoughts were confirmed at the end.
As with most Cecelia Ahern books and stories, there is a moral and for me, the one here is that we can change the future even if it is mapped out for us. And that's not a bad thing at all. There are other bits too but for me, they are a bit too personal to share but that's what I think is so great about Cecelia Ahern as a writer. You can always relate to her books on a personal level.