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Tomorrow All Will Be Beautiful

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  77 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Quirky, creative, and tender,this honest, beautiful anthology of stories and poetry by an acclaimed young adult writer is about growing up and leaving home, about feeling wobbly and learning how to be wonderful, about friendships and freedom and flaws. It deals with love, death, coffee, bad-hair days, and everything in-between.Forgirls who are 13and lonely, or women who ar...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Allen & Unwin (first published March 1st 2008)
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First things first I'm the realist it isn't that this book was absolutely terrible. No, I mean it was okay. Some of the short stories/poems were really good, the rest was okay and I skipped I think one because it was actually really boring. And that's the problem. I really don't see why I should continue reading this book because it's really boring.
When I read the synopsis of this book I was like 'hell yeah, that must be really cool!". Then I started reading it and all it really is, is boring....more
Brigid Lowry is a brilliant author with a quirky and gentle personality, which is shown thoroughly in each of her works. Tomorrow All Will Be Beautiful is one of my favourites, the stories are intriguing to read and there is always one that will match my current mood. When I finished the book I was left feeling very happy and felt like the world was an absolutely beautiful place.
1.this book fits in to the category of 3 short stories by the same author and all so a boook written by a new zealand author
2.i decided to read this book because it looked like the only intersting book on the shelf
3.i liked how there were pictures on the the book showing some of the things that they had talked about in the story
4.i didn't like how i really got into a story and then i changed the chapter and it was a completly different story
5.i recomed this book to someone who is around 14
An incrediably disjointed set of short stories and poems. Best suited for young teenage girls. A couple of stories had potential, but fell short. Seemed closer to a pile of word vomit than good writing.
Brit McCarthy
Sep 03, 2010 Brit McCarthy rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Every single young girl
Recommended to Brit by: Ranny
A collection of short stories and poems that every girl should read and will be able to relate to. Borrowed from a friend, now I want my own copy. Recommended to every young girl.
This will always be my all time favourite book. i can always go back to it, read another stor and connect on a whole new level! its truely fantastic!
I really liked the summary of this book but that's about it. I like books that keep me intrigued and this book definately wasn't one of them.
An amazing compilation that gives you a brilliant view on the world around you. I just love how it is a mix of short stories and poems - great!!
Karen Elizabeth
didnt much care for the format. think I'm too old for target audience. writing was quite good though. overall didn't grab me though.
Short stories, poems, quirky and enjoyable so glad so many of Brigid's poems are published in one place!
Read this for English.
Especially Bittersweet, Alphabetical Destiny & Petalheads.
Perfect (:
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Brigid Lowry was born in New Zealand into a rather strange but very creative family. Here she learned a love of books, too many swear words and how to cook a decent omelette. Brigid's early, rather awful poetry was made into a small book by her father, a printer and typographer, and sold to kindly relatives for two and sixpence a copy. Thus her writing career was launched, but it took about twenty...more
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