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Love, Rosie

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  • Posted January 18, 2010

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    A love story like no other...

    Everybody seems to know that Alex Stewart and Rosie Dunne are meant to be, except for them. They have been best friends since childhood, trusting each other with every secret. They get into innocent trouble together and live many adventures that make their friendship bloom into a caring, strong, never ending friendship. Just when they began too see each other as more than just friends their perfect plan of a future relationship is ruined with the news that Alex is moving away from Dublin to Boston. After being best friends all throughout their childhood they are separated during their teenage years. They keep in touch via letters and email but have a hard time maintaining the strong bond they once had. They create the perfect plan that includes Rosie applying to collage in the US to continue what they had started. Rosie got into Boston University and Alex into Harvard. Everything seemed to be falling into place when bad news strikes again. Rosie is pregnant with the baby of a guy she went to her prom with after Alex couldn't make it in time for her prom. Rosie's dreams crash by the birth of her baby and she has to stay in Dublin as a single mother to take care of her new baby girl, Katie. Both move on and live separated lives, maintaining communication. Alex pursues a medical career in Boston while Rosie stayed in Dublin as a single mother. As they grow older they ignore the fact that they are destined for each other, finding love in other people. Crossing each other's path once in a while they realize that fate will not give up on them.

    The author, Cecelia Ahern, communicates Rosie's story through letters, emails and text-messages. The creative way the author chose to communicate with the reader makes the story more interesting to read. This charming story about friendship and love is mostly directed to teen audience considering the topics the story touches. When reading this book you really feel connected to the characters due to the fact that the author decided to place the characters in very realistic situations. The life long love the two main characters in the book experience is like no other, you will not be able to put the book down. The book starts out with a letter from Rosie to Alex inviting him to her seventh birthday party and ends with a letter from Alex to Rosie when they are fifty years old. Their feelings about each other are equal both ways but they never manage to confess them. The feelings get stronger throughout the book, even with the distances they are forced to suffer. They live their lives as if nothing were different, both knowing how they felt about each other.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 31, 2011

    When pride overshadows fate...

    This was the first Cecilia book I read, and I immediately fell in love with her writing. The plot was great and although she and Alex were meant to be together the long journey to the realization of fate, is well drawn out. I recommend! Its such a great read.

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  • Posted March 27, 2011

    highly recommend

    I loved this book!!! I thought it was great.It was their friendship that attracted me the most.I love Cecelia Ahern and I hope all her up-coming books will as awesome as this.

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  • Posted August 7, 2009

    A good read

    My first book by this author--and she has earned the right to entertain me with some others! It was written in a unique writing style that few can pull off--done entirely in dialogue. It was easy to follow and, though I guessed how the story would turn out, it did take some turns that surprised me. Perhaps this one will be made into a movie???

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2009

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    GREAT!!!!!!

    i absolutly loved this book. i completed it in one sitting

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  • Posted May 27, 2009

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    A good read

    At first I wasn't so sure about reading a book entirely in dialogue. But it was very interesting. I loved it. I felt the heartaches and happiness of Alex and Rosie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2008

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    When I first began reading this book, I was skeptical. It is told from a unique point of view. However, once you get past that, it is a laugh out loud story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2006

    Highly Recommend This Book

    I really liked this book alot. I would say that P.S. I love you is better but I also highly recommend this one. I wasnt to pleased with the ending but I would still buy all of her books.

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