Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Where Rainbows End - Cecilia Ahern

Rosie Dunne.....You deserve someone who loves you with every single beat of his heart, someone who thinks about you constantly, someone who spends every minute of every day just wondering what you're doing, where you are, who you're with and if you're OK.

You need someone who can help you reach your dreams and who can protect you from your fears.

You need someone who will treat you with respect, love every part of you, especially your flaws.

You should be with someone who can make you happy, really happy, dancing-on-the-air happy. Someone who would have taken the chance to be with you years ago instead of becoming scared and being too afraid to try...

My best friend recommended this novel by Cecilia Ahern. This is Ahern's second novel, after her debut bestseller, P.S. I Love You. I was actually taken back with the creativity of this new Chick Lit writer from Dublin, Ireland. The story moves through a series of letters, emails and Yahoo Messenger's texts with a very touching ending. A very different perspective looking into the phases of life of one Rosie Dunne who has spent the rest of her life, looking for rainbows to brighten her life. I find it an eye-opener to read a story just by looking at the collections of correspondences. It is such a sweet and heart-wrenching story.

Cecilia Ahern's laid-back writing style is just full of essence and, definitely, it got me thinking about life, love and fate. And, no doubt, it is also a keeper in my heart.

Rating: ****(Definitely a keeper - Very creative way to tell a simple "boy-meets-girl love story")

Posted at 03:17 pm by carriekirana2

September 2, 2006   11:23 PM PDT
yepp.. totally agree. just finished reading this book. abit too late uh. but this book, is worth it !!

June 6, 2006   02:38 PM PDT
i agree with you. this book is worth keeping. i'm looking forward for her next novel. if there is any.

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Carriekirana loves to read; anything from a mere autobiography to the bestseller book in the chart. She enjoys collecting quotes as well as ponders upon wise sayings of life. Bookrack is her attempt to keep tab of what she has been reading. Hopefully, it will also benefit those who visit as well.



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