WHERE THE RAINBOW ENDS BOOK

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Where Rainbows End is the second novel by Irish writer Cecelia Ahern, published in The entire novel is written in epistolary structure in the form of letters, emails, instant messages, and newspaper articles. The book reached number one in Ireland and the United Kingdom, and was. Where Rainbows End book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Rosie and Alex are destined for each other and everyone seems. Cecelia Ahern's bestselling novel Where Rainbows End is now a major film entitled Love, Rosie. Sometimes fate just Inspiration For This Book. I used to keep.


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Editorial Reviews. bestthing.info Review. Cecelia Ahearn's Rosie Dunne is the amusing story of See the Best Books of the Month Want to know our Editors' picks for the best books of the month? Browse Best Books of the Month, featuring our favorite new. Where the Rainbow Ends [Clifford Mills] on bestthing.info for the best books of the month in fiction, nonfiction, mysteries, children's books, and much more. ellathebookworm: 'This book will simultaneously make you laugh and cry. The characters are especially lovable and engaging, as they are.

Stop making bad choices that will ultimately make it more difficult for you guys to get together. Overall this book was just bad. A bad story bad romance angle.

And bad characters. Not to mention while the emails and letters kept the book flowing. It was still well over pages.

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I personally do not recommend this book to anyone. I can't believe this book got so many good reviews.

I found it extremely frustrating and I didn't care for any of the characters.

The no and know thing was particularly annoying. I'm sure a cardiac surgeon can figure out when to use the correct spelling at some point in his life. Well, atleast my version had. The IM thing worked for Where Rainbows end but this , is too annoying and childish and gibberish.

And no, its not romantic. Curious how story ends? Tossed the book away, the minute i was like Meh! I hope atleast Lyrebird doesn't disappoint. You used to be one of my favorite authors.

Whatever happened to you Cecelia? Disapp pages? Disappointed would be an understatement. Si el amor es no luchar por la persona que amas entonces esta novela habla de amor. Pues yo creo que las personas que nos aman prefieren vernos felices, que vernos infelices.

View all 11 comments. I really fucking hate this book. The only saving grace was Katie and Toby. The characters were fine but every plot seemed to do the most for no reason. The book was entirely too long, a predictable story that would have been cute if it was dragged on for literally half a century. Why would I care that Rosie and Alex finally told each other they loved each other at 50 years old. Okayyy thats like 20 years past what should have happened after Rosie left whats-his-name.

I kept reading this crap bc I really fucking hate this book. I kept reading this crap bc I had nothing better to do but I really hated it. It's gonna be a movie with lily collins playing Rosie but at this point I might not even watch it.

And the ending was shit, why have an epilogue if we already read through more than half of their life. Don't read this. Actually it was a huge disappointment. After watching the movie based on the book I really thought that it would be a very pleasant book. The writing is boring, the only think we get are letters and conversation via chat rooms or mails.

We only read regular narration at the last few pages. These I liked a lot, but as for the book in general I can't say I liked it. It is the first time ever for me to love the movie but hate the book and I'm not sure how I feel about it.

For more reviews feel free Actually it was a huge disappointment. For more reviews feel free to visit my blog https: This book started out fun. The whole story is told through emails, letters, and instant messages -- a really creative idea.

However, it was such a disapointment after reading and loving P. I Love You. In fact, I have never read a book full of so many idioic characters in my life.

I wanted to smack them all. Instead of sitting down and relaxing with this one, I found myself totally stressed, and barely able to finish it. I literally could not wait for this book to end. Lesson learned: View 1 comment. Ale nie Hej, pravdu som mala WRE je romanca. V polovici knihy som bola v koncoch.

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View all 3 comments. Feb 22, C. Tal vez Alex. The beginning was really really good, I was really enjoying it.

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The format didn't bother me at all- in fact, I found it refreshing. It came to a point where I was feeling perfectly satisfied with the direction in which it was going, and was expecting the author to end it nicely. Boy, was I wrong! I had only got to the middle of the book by this point! I pushed on, thinking that I should atleast give it a chance and I tried, I really did!

But I just could not get through it! It feels like the author had a good plot that she started out with, then somewhere along the way she realised that she didn't want it to be so short so she painfully dragged and stretched the story until it was at its breaking point, until it hit the desired page mark.

This book had SO much potential and if it was shortened, it could have been a wonderful story. Unfortunately, that did not happen and I had to finally give up on it, realising that I'd much rather be spending my time on something I actually enjoy.

I do not recommend this at all! Dec 10, Ivy A. I really wanted to like this book, I swear I did, and it started off so great, it was a really cute story -- and then it became frustrating. It dragged on and on, and on, and on, and then on some more. It should've ended pages earlier.

It could've been a nice one. I heard the movie changed some of the shittier aspects of the book like the fact that it drags on for pages, repeating the same thing a thousand times over so I might give it a try. I was so excited to read this book because I heard it was adorable and I just could not finish it. The characters honestly started to make me mad half way through the book because they just kept holding in their feelings and making the same mistakes over and over.

Long story short I didn't finish this book. The whole experience was confusing and hard to process. The way C. I have to say that later I watched the movie, with many doubts in if it would worth to watch it, and I really loved it.

This way of presenting a storyline was the best for a movie script but not a book. I'm still surprised I made it till the end. Puke puke gag vomit. Okay now let me take a moment for all the seconds and femtoseconds wasted on those pages.

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I'm sorry for myself. What's with all the artificial lengthening and prolongation! At first it was a cute story and I enjoyed it, but the way it kept revolving around the same plot is really over irritating to say the least! Picturing Rosie so perfect and so stupid all the time is just provoking in everything she does. She keeps refusing to move forward and making all the wrong decisions for all the wrong re Okay now let me take a moment for all the seconds and femtoseconds wasted on those pages.

She keeps refusing to move forward and making all the wrong decisions for all the wrong reasons all the time in a way that is artificial just to keep the plot going. I'm really disappointed with Rosie, the author and the novel altogether! It kept happening with different not so logically-satisfying scenarios! Conclusion It could have been a "goodread" if it only cut it short and stick with the idea of a good novel with a reasonable exciting plot.

This by all means was overly-acted plot and overly written story for a simple friend-zoned love story! I just It started to piss me off somewhere after the middle and till the end it rly rly rlyyyyy pissed me off The idea was awesome the plot and telling it as messages but when Ahern started to skip months and years, and more years just like that everything messed up.

I've lost the "thing" between Rosie and Alex and even if I consider myself to be a dreamer in the end I can't believe such story can actually happen in real life or not in this stupid way. And that's why th Well And that's why the book didn't satisfied my initial enthusiasm to read it.

So the last pages were just driving me crazy, thinking of how can people be so stupid and blind and that if you act like this waiting so many years to say "I love you and I need you" to the person you believe is "the one" for you you rly deserve the headache and the broken heart you get. I am glad I've watched the movie first it's not the reason to read the book , because if it wasn't it I wouldn't make it to the last page. For me this is one of the rarest times when the movie is actually better than the book.

This is one of the stories where I first saw the movie, then started reading the book. I always like the book more than the movie, but that was not the case here. I just couldn't deal with the way the entire novel was written in an epistolary structure - in the form of letters, emails, instant messages, newspaper articles and so on.

The movie is so well done and the actors portraying Rosie and Alex Lily Collins and Sam Claflin are perfect and gave amazing performances. The book was kind of sha This is one of the stories where I first saw the movie, then started reading the book. The book was kind of shallow and didn't explain everything that happend too well, so I just couldn't bring myself to read more than 7 chapters.

I kept hoping to get more insight in how the events happened and was only sort of satisfied, knowing the details from the movie.

I can't give this book more than one star and I would most definitely recommend people to just watch the movie instead. Novel set in Ireland centered around letters between main characters.

Love Rosie, by Cecelia Ahern 1 10 Aug 01, Love, Rosie Discussion - Spoilers 15 Feb 28, Readers also enjoyed. About Cecelia Ahern. Cecelia Ahern. The book is written as a series of letters, emails, and messages, which initially I found quite peculiar, but soon began to adapt to and loved!

This unique style of writing gave the book an extra trait which added to its wonders. Love, Rosie focuses on the lives of Rosie and Alex, best friends since childhood and torn tragically apart as teenagers when Alex's father gets a new job on the other side of the globe.

Their friendship is tested by time and circumstance, and situations become even more difficult when love starts to tangle things up.

It seems that denial and impossibility are overwhelming, but Rosie and Alex are faced with the decision of giving up everything for love, or living in silence for the rest of their separate lives. This book will simultaneously make you laugh and cry. The characters are especially lovable and engaging, as they are each flawed and faced with struggle, making them ever more relatable and believable. This only results in emphasising the emotions felt whilst reading this rollercoaster book, which is similarly beautiful and tragic.

I really loved Rosie, the main character who gave up her future when accidentally pregnant as a teenager. I felt that she portrayed a different kind of teen mother, and led me to question the stereotypes portrayed by the media today. She was also such a person, which may sound weird but when put into context is wonderful.The constant missing of one another between Rosie and Alex is absolutely aggravating, but I love it.

The story is relatively fast paced, which I liked, as it keeps you interested in what is happening; many a time when I stopped reading I found myself picking the book back up again to read more!

Alex splits up with Sally and Rosie gets cheated on by Greg leaving Rosie broken. It was still well over pages.

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