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Rosie Dunne epub

by Cecelia Ahern


Rosie Dunne epub

ISBN: 1597220035

ISBN13: 978-1597220033

Author: Cecelia Ahern

Category: Romance

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Wheeler Publishing; 1 edition (July 12, 2005)

Pages: 719 pages

ePUB book: 1325 kb

FB2 book: 1832 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 686

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Home Cecelia Ahern Love, Rosie. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Dunne, I was hoping to arrange a meeting with you to discuss Rosie’s recent behavior in school and her note-writing during class.

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Cecelia Ahern (born 30 September 1981) is a bestselling Irish novelist known for her works like PS, I Love You, Where Rainbows End and If You Could See Me Now. Born in Dublin, Ahern is now published in nearly fifty countries, and has sold over 25 mi. . Born in Dublin, Ahern is now published in nearly fifty countries, and has sold over 25 million copies of her novels worldwide. Two of her books have been adapted as major motion films

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A New York Times Bestseller From the internationally bestselling author of PS, I Love You comes an enchanting novel about what happens when two people who are meant to be together just can't seem to get it right. Addictively page-turning.

But their bond is threatened when Alex’s family move to America. They stay in touch, but misunderstandings, circumstances and sheer bad luck seem to be conspiring to keep them apart. Can they gamble everything – even their friendship – on true love?

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Cecelia Ahern is the author of the international bestsellers . I Love You; Love, Rosie; If You Could See Me Now; There's No Place Like Here; and The Gift.

This epistolary novel introduces Rosie and Alex, beginning with their first notes to each other in which they argue over a birthday party as six-year-olds. For the next four decades, readers are privy. Cecelia Ahern is the author of the international bestsellers . The daughter of Ireland's former prime minister, she lives in Dublin.

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Featured Book: Flawed. Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and she’s dating the impossibly charming Art Crevan. In this stunning novel, bestselling author Cecelia Ahern depicts a society in which perfection is paramount and mistakes are punished. And when one young woman decides to take a stand that could cost her everything. PS, there’s always one more thing to say.

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A New York Times Bestseller

From the internationally bestselling author of PS, I Love You comes an enchanting novel about what happens when two people who are meant to be together just can't seem to get it right. Addictively page-turning, delightfully unexpected and romantic, Rosie Dunne is a novel of enormous heart that will keep readers laughing and guessing until the very last page.

Dear Alphia... I think your wonderful review said it all.
This book was incredibly fabulous, just as you said. I too, will wait for the sequel as I think Cecelia Ahern is a bloody genius as a somewhat new author. I thoroughly enjoyed "P.S. I love You." ... didn't you?
But this book.... OMG! Genius! What will we do now that we've finished reading it?
I actually listened to the incredible Anna Fields on unabridged... and her voice just gave it the embellishment it needed... like adding precious gemstones. I can't stop thinking about these people.
I highly recommend this book to everyone!
I laughed and I cried.... and I ran home to check my email!
Five stars just isn't enough for this book.
Hugs.
JMHO //(*_*)\
I couldn't out this book down, it was picked for our book club, so I just bought it not knowing it was written through letters, notes and emails. Traveling through years of time. I laughed and cried. Great book
I've read quite a few of Ahern's books and they are all pretty good, but this one I feel is her best. Way better then PS I love you, would love to see them turn this one into a movie.
What a great book! I couldn't put this book down and read it in just 2 sittings! The characters are so wonderful and heart-warming. The way Ahern wrote the book is different as the story is told through letters, emails and other correspondence. It's a classic love story and the whole time you're reading you're wishing for the two main characters to get together! I won't spoil the ending but Rosie Dunne is one of my absolute favorites!
My favorite book!!
Although I was very happy with the timing, quality, and price of my purchase, I was not completely satisified with the story. Not to try and spoil anything, but I wish things could have worked out sooner in the end. Some of the story did have me laughing hysterically, which I thoroughly enjoyed. My mom, however, loves this story and will listen to it until the CDs wear out. I am content with the one time that I listened. I did enjoy Cecilia Aherns writing style and will read another book by her.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you: Cecilia Ahern's sophomore slump! After winning chick-lit hearts with the poignant "P.S. I Love You," Ahern stumbles with "Rosie Dunne." She tries to make it quirky and serious, but only makes the email/IM format seem horribly gimmicky.

Alex and Rosie were friends ever since they were little kids, bickering and making up and causing trouble in school. But one day Alex learns that his dad has gotten a boring job in Boston, and the whole family is moving away from Ireland. The friends plan to get to nearby colleges, Alex at Boston U and Rosie at Harvard.

Then a high school dance shatters their dream: Rosie gets pregnant by a one-time date, and becomes a mother at only eighteen. Now Alex has a sexy fiancee and a thriving life in the U.S., while Rosie is stuck in Dublin as a single mom. Will their hidden love win out, or will they find separate lives -- but not happiness?

With a debut as loved as "P.S. I Love You," it would be easy to be too tough on "Rosie Dunne." But taken only on its own, it's still pretty bad. While other authors like Meg Cabot have managed to make books like this book, Ahern's book feels like she dashed it off in a weekend to make a publisher's deadline. There's no soul.

The big problem is the fact that the book is entirely make of letters, emails and instant messages. Okay, it's cute, but it's essentially a gimmick. A gimmick, moreover, that means you don't have to write character developments, introductions, settings, description or any of that other tough stuff. And without standout characters, those messages feel hollow and empty. What's more, sections of the book zip by too fast -- major life events happen in less than a page. You'd think best friends would communicate more often.

Though the dust jacket proclaims that they are perfect for each other, Rosie and Alex don't come across as such. They don't seem to have much in common, and never experience any realistic emotion stronger than irritation. Rosie's pregnancy, for example, would seem like a major source of angst and strain -- but all she does is mope for a few pages, then complain that she feels fat.

Reading "Rosie Dunne" is like reading random messages from a stranger's email -- in theory they might be exciting, but you don't know enough about the person to care much.
I adored this book! I adored P.S. I love you. This author knows how to tell a tale of love, laughter, and finding oneself. This is a very, very drawn out book, but it’s so funny and sweet that I found I didn’t want it to end! I would have given 4.5 stars but kindle won’t allow me too. I will change to a 5 if Cecelia writes a follow up to this book so I can see what happens to Rosie and Alex. :)