You have probably heard for at least one Cecelia Ahern book, maybe without even knowing. Some of you have probably read one, or two Ahern's books. I know you have heard for this movie:
P.S. I love you
Beautiful story about love, death and how to deal with loss. Bestseller P.S. I love you is first Cecelia Ahern's book and very popular movie with the same name is based on it. Few years ago I saw the movie and I loved it so much that I decided that I have to get the book and read it. The book is different then a movie, the book is more emotional and more realistic. The movie is amazing too but they changed more then few things from the book. I don't mind the changes because I look at it as two separate things. It seams to me that for the move scriptwriters took only a basic idea from the book and did something which will make us sad but also entertainment us. A lot of my friends dislike one or another. Usually those who read the book first don't like the movie and vice versa. I love them both and I recommend it to anyone.
"P.S. I love you" wasn't the first Cecelia Ahern's book I read. After seeing the movie I was talking to my friend about it and she told me about the book called "Where rainbows end" also written by Ahern. The concept of the book is little bit different, the book contains letters, emails, sms, chats between characters. Different than usual but very interesting. The plot is easy going and fun, it fallows main characters Rosie and Alex since the were kids until the grow old. Great story about life, love and friendship.
My favorite book from four that I read is "If you could see my now". All I can say is that this is wonderful, wonderful book, beautiful magical story...believe me when I tell you that after this you will at least for a moment believe that imaginary friends do exist!
Last but now least is the "Thanks for the memories". Another amazing story and great idea from Cecelia Ahern. Two people, two apart lives that come across...plus little bit of magic!
Have you read some of these books? What do you think about them?