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Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern
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Sep 29, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: international-literature
Read in January, 2011


In life there's friends and friends. Some are simple fellows, others are much more important. Who never though being in love with a friend? Sometimes, it's difficult to distinguish the line between friendship and passion. But, sometimes, passion is lurking.

From childhood to maturity, Alex and Rosie always been together. In their memories there isn't a moment not shared with the other. Like all young people, they though they would be best friends forever. The years passed and the first passions appear.

And if young people grow up, adults too don't escape this reality. The distance of a few meters becomes an ocean and their friendship suffers an abrupt change. Alex goes to Boston and Rosie is forced to remain in Ireland. The daily conversations disappear. The friendship is sustained with letters, which become more and more rare.

"Where the Rainbow Ends" prompts a reflection on true friendship. Is distance capable of killing an indestructible friendship? Is it possible to keep confidence through trivial letters? Could this strong connection be more than friendship?

A good writing and a passionate story addicts the reader. The curiosity triggers a quick reading to know how this friendship ends. Forever, maybe.

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