Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern - Book Review


Where Rainbows

Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern - Book Review

Where Rainbows End is a book that manages to make you laugh and cry as you follow the relationship between Rosie and Alex who are best friends from an early age.

Cecelia Ahern has outdone herself with this story, where everyone can relate to as they fall for their best friend of the opposite sex.

In this story, Rosie and Alex are quite unfortunate when it comes to timing and they only realize their feelings for each other when the other person is falling for someone else.

Because the story portrays different aspects of the relationship that are familiar and bound to happen to anyone of us, it is heart-breaking and sometimes even nerve-wracking to read their misfortune.

Rosie and Alex are so easy to relate to as they seem so lovable and engaging, quickly becoming characters that you easily find yourself attached to. You will quickly see yourself hoping for them to get together as you fall in love with them on this roller-coaster ride of emotions.

They’re relatable, believable, and feel so real making it difficult not to laugh and cry and feel the heavy emotions sink in as they lose each other to someone new over and over again.

If you’re looking for a book that will captivate you and take you on a romantic adventure across continents and years without giving up on the importance of friendship, then this book should be on the top of your list.

It’s a love story that unfolds through a narration of countless letters, postcards, and instant messages that reveal the sequence of events making it a unique style of writing that only adds to the book’s value. As a reader, you’ll fall in love with how fast-paced and engaging the book is that you just won’t be able to put it down until you’re done.


Book Details

Title: Where Rainbows
Format: Paperback
Author: Cecelia Ahern
Language : English
Publisher : HarperCollins
ISBN: 978-0007165018

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