If You Could See Me Now

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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,
Ha scritto il 27/08/12
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...
Ha scritto il 12/08/11
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 ...Continua
Ha scritto il 14/12/08
A nice little story, not as intriguing as A place called here or passionate as P.S. I love you. At times quite a bit over the top and leaves too many unresolved issues. Fluent writing style and very easy to go through.
Ha scritto il 09/11/07
it just makes me think of the British film called << opal dreams>>. Does this flick come from this book? They are all talking about an imaginary friend. what is yours? do you believe it is existing?

Ha scritto il Feb 25, 2016, 00:25
You know, the more you try to simplify things, Elizabeth, the more you complicate them. You create rules, build walls, push people away, lie to yourself, and ignore true feelings. That is not simplifying things.
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Ha scritto il Feb 21, 2016, 23:49
"I've never designed a children's room before. What the hell do children want?" "It will come easily to you, Elizabeth. You were a child once, what did you want?"
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