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If You Could See Me Now

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Publisher: Hyperion

4.0
(105)

Language:English | Number of Pages: 384 | Format: Hardcover | In other languages: (other languages) Spanish

Isbn-10: 1401301878 | Isbn-13: 9781401301873 | Publish date: 

Also available as: Softcover and Stapled , Paperback , Audio CD , Others , Mass Market Paperback , eBook

Category: Family, Sex & Relationships , Fiction & Literature , Romance

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Book Description
In her third novel, bestselling author Cecelia Ahern introduces us to two sisters at odds with each other. Elizabeth’s life is an organized mess. The organized part is all due to her own efforts. The mess is entirely due to her sister, Saoirse, whose personal problems leave Elizabeth scrambling to pick up the pieces. One of these pieces is Saoirse’s six-year-old son, Luke. Luke is quiet and contemplative, until the arrival of a new friend, Ivan, turns him into an outgoing, lively kid. And Elizabeth’s life is about to change in wonderful ways she has only dreamed of.

With all the warmth and wit that fans have come to expect from Cecelia Ahern, this is a novel full of magic, heart, and surprising romance.

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  • 5

    El planteamiento de esta historia puede parecer algo disparatado y surrealista: Lucy tiene una cita con su vida, pero una cita literalmente. Ya que la vida se presenta como una persona normal y corriente, de carne y hueso, solo que ligada por entero a Lucy (cuando ella tiene algún problema, este ...continue

    El planteamiento de esta historia puede parecer algo disparatado y surrealista: Lucy tiene una cita con su vida, pero una cita literalmente. Ya que la vida se presenta como una persona normal y corriente, de carne y hueso, solo que ligada por entero a Lucy (cuando ella tiene algún problema, este se refleja físicamente en su vida, a través de un sarpullido por ejemplo).
    Soy un poco especial para eso de que un libro me haga reír, pocos han conseguido hacerlo. Y este ha sido uno de ellos. Me he divertido mucho y he disfrutado una barbaridad con esta aventura de Lucy con su vida.
    Lucy me ha encantado, su carácter, su humor e incluso, sus mentiras. Es una protagonista absolutamente genial. Y las conversaciones que mantiene con su vida son de lo mejor del libro.
    He disfrutado mucho con cada uno de los personajes, con las citas bonitas y reflexivas sobre la vida, con la evolución de Lucy y con su reconciliación con su propia vida.
    Creo que voy a echar mucho de menos a Lucy.

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  • 5

    5/5

    Una historia original, divertida, bonita y emotiva en la que la vida tiene un papel protagonista y la historia de amor queda en un segundo plano. Una historia cargada de citas preciosas que no dejará indiferente al lector y le hará reflexionar incluso después de haberla leído.


    Reseña: http ...continue

    Una historia original, divertida, bonita y emotiva en la que la vida tiene un papel protagonista y la historia de amor queda en un segundo plano. Una historia cargada de citas preciosas que no dejará indiferente al lector y le hará reflexionar incluso después de haberla leído.

    Reseña: http://www.words-street15.es/2013/08/una-cita-con-mi-vida-de-cecelia-ahern.html

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  • 1

    For sure, even if I'm in the mood for something simple and carefree, I deserve more than reading this.
    Bleah!

    Boring, stupid, slow, not interesting and so on...

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  • 3

    Elizabeth is a successful young woman, living in Baile na gCroìthe, a small village in the West of Ireland. Her mother left as she was 13 and she grew up her sister Saoirse. Now Saoirse is alcoholic, hardly at home, and Elizabeth is growing up her 6 years old nephew, Luke. But sb arrives. Ivan is ...continue

    Elizabeth is a successful young woman, living in Baile na gCroìthe, a small village in the West of Ireland. Her mother left as she was 13 and she grew up her sister Saoirse. Now Saoirse is alcoholic, hardly at home, and Elizabeth is growing up her 6 years old nephew, Luke. But sb arrives. Ivan is the invisible friend of Luke. As his colleagues, he can be seen only by whom believes and needs him. And Elizabeth can see him too, although unaware of him to be an imaginary friend (nevertheless real). A strange love story that changes everything.

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  • 1

    Not as good as I thought!

    Gatwick Airport, 20 pounds left and a couple of books I wanted to buy...after having bought them, I still had a few pounds left when I jumped on this book! Perfect, I thought, also because I knew Cecilia Ahern as being the author of the book which inspired one of my favourite movies: "PS: I love ...continue

    Gatwick Airport, 20 pounds left and a couple of books I wanted to buy...after having bought them, I still had a few pounds left when I jumped on this book! Perfect, I thought, also because I knew Cecilia Ahern as being the author of the book which inspired one of my favourite movies: "PS: I love you".
    I expected nothing more than a chick lit, but this...is worst than a chick lit. A simple and quite boring plot about a love story between a girl and her imagined friend.
    Sorry Cecilia...no way. I'll read "PS: I love you" just to give you another chance and we'll see.

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  • 5

    2010.04.14 起香港漂流中......
    by Yuki
    @ 香江漂書「愛樂畀」【Fiction】
    http://www.anobii.com/forum_thread?topicId=30150#new_thread
    九成半新

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