One hundred names by Cecelia Ahern

 

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I know my copy is not in the best condition. This is the picture I had posted on my Instagram on Christmas, Follow my social media accounts if you’ll haven’t already!

 

It has been quite a few years since I have read this book so I won’t be able to give a very detailed and in-depth review, but I really love this book so I wanted to mention it on my blog because it needs more attention than it ever got.

It might not be everyone’s cup of tea; a lot of people tell me that the book was kind of slow, but honestly, I didn’t think it was slow at all. The book is about the different characters, so it makes sense how it talks about each of their lives.

I loved all the characters, the message, and the concept of the book. It is a very easy read; even though this book doesn’t involve fantasy or corny romance for that matter, I think it was so beautiful and all the characters and their unique personality’s ties this books together perfectly.

Cecelia Ahern did such a beautiful job in showcasing each of their characters in the spotlight without any character overshadowing the other.

‘One hundred names’ is hands-down my favourite Cecelia Ahern book; probably even my favourite book I have read so far.

I highly recommend everyone to read this book if you like contemporary.

I know this isn’t a new release (or not even close to it) but I know a lot of people that haven’t read it.

 

22-01-2018

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