Cecelia Ahern has Dunne it again! When Rosie Dunne was published in February, readers from coast to coast devoured this enchanting novel. It became the romantic book of the season -- and the numbers prove it: More than 85,000 copies have been sold to date.
While Rosie and Alex are exchanging e-mails, letters, notes, and a trail of missed opportunities, readers nationwide enjoyed the book, passing it on to friends and recommending it to strangers. Now in paperback, this delightful story will enchant even more readers, proving that "everything is coming up Rosie."...Continua
El libro me dejo sin palabras, lo ame.
Los personajes son realistas.
La forma de narrar mediante cartas, correos y mensajes instantáneos es original.
Si buscas un libro de romance, drama o que simplemente, con muchas lecciones de vida, te encantará.
this novel is combined with letters/messages. I really like this novel. When reading these messages, I sometimes feel sad. How can two potential couple cannot be together from the very beginning.
People usually debate whether there's true& pure friendship between male and female. I doubt. Just like two characters in the novel, they like each other, but they insists they are just BFF.
I found out that it's interesting to keep contacting with one person through messages/mails for such a long time. They don't live in the same countries, but they know each other's life through mail/message.