Thanks for the Memories
How is it possible to know someone you've never met?
With her marriage already in pieces, Joyce Conway nearly lost everything else. But she survived the terrible accident that left her hospitalized and now, inexplicably, she can remember faces she has never seen, cobblestone Parisian streets she's never visited. A sudden, overwhelming sense of deja vu has Joyce feeling as...more
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Το καλύτερο από τα τρία βιβλία της Cecelia Ahern που έχω διαβάσει.
Παρόλο που αυτό το οποίο συμβαίνει στην ιστορία μας και περιγράφεται τοσο όμορφα δεν ειναι επιστημονικά τεκμηριωμένο ούτε κοινώς αποδεκτό, καταφέρνει να πείσει τον αναγνώστη και ίσως ίσως να τον βάλει σε σκέψεις για την αντιμετώπιση ή τα αποτελέσματα ενός τέτοιου ...more
With her marriage already in pieces, Joyce Conway nearly lost everything else. But she survived the terrible accident - and now, inexplicably, she can remember faces she has never seen, cobblestone Parisian streets she's never visited.
Thanks For The Memories is like a bubble gum, it stretches until it bursts. And unfortunately my patience stretched and burst with it and then I wasn't interested in what was to happen next, not at all. I indeed w ...more
Thanks For The Memories by Cecelia Ahern is her fifth book to be published and is definitely my favourite so far.
It follows Joyce as she comes to term with the loss of her unborn baby due to an accident falling down the stairs. ...more
It was a very interesting story, something that I never heard of, and I didn't expect this at all. I just loved the way that every chapter kept blowing my mind.
It had some little jokes and funny parts that made me smile and laugh,
but sometimes it was a bit annoying like the parts when Joyce's dad kept talking on ...more
This was such a beautifully told story from the first page to the last. I loved the diversity of the characters, the pain, the relationships, I laughed until I nearly cried and then I cried when I felt their pain.
The story is set mainly in Ir ...more
After a devastating miscarriage which also spells the last of her fast falling a ...more
جویس، زنی که به علت عجله برای پاسخ دادن به تلفن، از پله ها سقوط می کند و فرزندی که در شکم دارد و همین طور زندگی زناشویی اش را از دست می دهد. زمانی که جویس خون زیادی از دست داده، خون اهداکننده ای بیگانه به او تزریق شده است. خونی که مستقیما از قلب جاستین بیرون آمده است، اکنون در رگ های جویس جریان دارد. آن دو که قبل ...more
But it seems that whoever wrote that blurb has never actually read a fairytale, only knows that they have something to do with magic. Or something. And this book does have one incredibly unlikely magical element, which is already hard to buy into.
So you know that the hero and the heroine ...more
The reason I bought this book was P.S. I Love You, the movie. I just loved that movie (I must confess Gerard Butler helped a lot in that regard) and even though I haven’t read the book this movie was based on or any other book by this author for that matter, I decide ...more
Her life and her marriage are in pieces, but Joyce tries to get back to living a normal life, despite advice from others. But something is stopping her.
She keeps having dreams of a beautiful blond haired girl, of places she has never been. She knows things that she shouldn’t about art, about architecture. She sees a beautiful woman in her dreams.
Joyce sees and knows things she should not know. And it all started aft ...more
I couldn't wait to get into the book and find out what happened. And then - I just didn't believe it. And I'm not even talking about the plot, as implausible as it is. (B ...more
On one of his regular work visits to Dublin, Justin bumps into Joyce, the girl he comes to know as the “gi ...more
I didn't give the book a full five stars, though, just because it is completely unrealistic and is more fun than believable. Also, I ...more
Empat puluh tahun. Duda cerai dengan satu anak. Professor dalam bidang Art and Architecture. Sinis, sedikit egois, childish, bitter. Dengan semua masalah yang dihadapinya, pengalaman pertamanya dalam mendonorkan darah mengubah semuanya.
"How can you even die when you haven't even been born yet?" (p. 416)
"I want to be on my own to grieve. I want to feel sorry for myself wi ...more
Ahern, queen of the "soul mates will find each other" chic lit fairy tales, has another winner on her hands. There's always a bit of magic involved in her tales, but this one has the biggest dose yet. Protagonist Joyce takes a tumble down some stairs, losing her baby (and ultimately her marriage) and needing a blood transfusion. While still in the hospital, she discovers she has all sorts of new knowledge--architectural, artistic, historic, a grasp of languages--tha ...more
Mulțumesc pentru amintiri îți oferă o prețioasă lecție de viață, făcându-te să prețuiești momentele simple și să nu îți pierzi speranța, chiar în cele mai dificile momente, întrucât o rază de soare poate să apară de unde nu te aștepți.
Me he reído, me ha conmovido mucho y me ha dado una tarde maravillosa.
Es la primera novela que leo de Cecelia y voy por más a ver que sorpresas me tiene.
Léanla. La van a disfrutar mucho.
Justin Hitchcock is a divorced father and an Architecture teacher. He donates blood in order to sleep with the doctor and is a bit of a douche. His life turns completely upside-down when he keeps encountering a certain woman who he ...more