Where Rainbows End

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HarperCollins, 2004 - Friendship - 584 pages
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From naughty children to rebellious teenagers, Rosie and Alex have stuck by each other through thick and thin. But just as they're discovering the joys of teenage nights on the town and dating disasters, they're separated. Alex's family moves from Dublin to America - and Alex goes with them. For good.Rosie's lost without her best friend. But on the eve of her departure to join Alex in Boston, Rosie gets news that will change her life forever - and keep her at home in Ireland.Their magical connection sees them through the ups and downs of each other's lives but neither of them knows whether their friendship can really survive the years and miles - as well as new relationships. And at the back of Rosie's mind is whether they were meant to be more than just good friends all along. Misunderstandings, circumstances and sheer bad luck have kept them out of each others' arms, but when presented with the ultimate opportunity, will they gamble everything - including their friendship - for true love?Destiny, Alex and Rosie discover, is a funny thing and fate isn't quite done with them yet ...

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where rainbows end is a unique book because of the style it has been written in..the friendship shown in the book makes you admire the characters even more..as the whole story is in the form of letters, mails and instant messages, at not a single point you can feel bored..the story doesnt sound monotonous anywhere..the humour is really good...and some letters and mails are very heart touching..there are so many things which the novel teaches..the most prominent is "life goes on and on and on"..
a very warm, hear touching,modern and realistic novel..

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a heart touching story.......u can connect urself wid every single letter n mail........

About the author (2004)

Before embarking on her writing career, Cecelia Ahern studied Journalism at university. Her first novel, PS, I Love You, became an instant international bestseller and was adapted into a major movie. Her subsequent novels have also all been bestsellers. When she's not busy writing novels, Cecelia also writes for TV and the stage. Her books are published in 46 countries and have sold over 13 million copies.Cecelia lives in Dublin with her family.

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