The Book of Tomorrow is a journal which reveals the future. The entry that is going to be written tomorrow appears the day before. Tamara finds the book after her dad dies and she has to move, with her mom, to her aunt and uncle's house. Although her Aunt Rosaleen has an extremely peculiar way about her a deeper mystery unfolds and Tamara decides to solve it.
This book reads more as a YA than Adult Fiction. Tamara is a teenager with some typical smart-ass teen remarks that were amusing and delightful but they borderline on irritating and overdone. I had the same problem with the repetitive phrases that she was continuously pointing out. They were, at first, funny and added to her personality but I eventually just got sick of reading them.
The book had a bit of a slow pace throughout and I have to say, overall, it was good, not great.