Where the rainbows end by Cecelia Ahern
Cecelia Ahern’s book ‘Where the rainbows end’ is a heart –warming book which leaves you warm inside.
The story is about Alex and Rosie who are best of friends since childhood. They are torn apart as teenagers as Alex’s father moves to Boston from Dublin as he got a new job. Despite of the distance there friendship never ends, though they are tested by time and circumstances, love starts to tangle up things. The problem is that they love each other and want to be together, but they won’t admit it to each other. And so they get married to other people and have children with other people and life goes on and they continue their lovely little friendship throughout it all. Even through marriages, babies and divorces, the two of them remain solid.
This book made me laugh and cry simultaneously. The characters are lovable and engaging, as they are each flawed and faced with struggle, making them easier to imagine. My favourite character is 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.
I loved the most about this book was the fact that it wasn’t narrated like the usual novel; the plot unfolded through countless letters, emails, postcards and instant messages, each one revealing something new.
I loved Where Rainbows End as it was a truly irresistible and fabulous book, packed with vivid, lovable characters and real emotional attachment.
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