I know the title sounds cheesy but the book is totally not!!
The book is written by Cecelia Ahern. It is the story of Christine Rose, who saves a stranger, Adam, from jumping of the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin. He tried to kill himself and while talking him out of it, she made the deal that she has two weeks to prove him that life is worth living. Christine realises that this might be a little more complicated than she thought it would be when she finds out about Adam's problems. Christine has to figure out her own life (she just told his husband that she wants to divorce) and now she has to deal with Adam's family issues and love life in order to make him find life worth living again.
I don't want to spoil, so I'll stop here and keep it brief. I liked this book and I am planning on reading more from Ahern soon. I can recommend it to everyone who liked The Beginning of Everything, An Abundance of Katherines, and just in general good novels that involve a love story. It is a well-written book and it has some deep parts, it has some funny parts and it has great characters (Christine's (ex)husband is the perfect characterisation of a jealous ex, it is hilarious what he does to annoy Christine).
Written by Robyn Schneider, published in 2013.
It's a love story, but it's also about friendship and about life. Most of it is really funny, some parts are hilarious, and some are quite profound.
It's the story of Ezra Faulkner, the popular kid, after his personal tragedy (a car accident), when his whole life suddenly changes. He meets Cassidy Thrope and discovers that life is more than the school tennis team and becoming prom king.
There is something strange about Cassidy, who wears boy's cloth and who has once been very popular as a debater but then stopped competing for some reason, but still Ezra falls in love with her. So of course the book is not only about dicovering life but also about finding out about Cassidy Thrope and about the secret she keeps.
If you liked this one, you might also like An Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns or Looking for Alaska, although we have only reviewed the first one yet.
Just two young ladies who need to spread their love for books.
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