One Hundred Names by Cecelia Ahern

Book Review #8


My rating: 2/5

‘A warm and thought-provoking read.’ GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

‘A heavenly gift that speaks to the heart.’ IRISH INDEPENDENT 

Goodreads Description

Internationally bestselling author Cecelia Ahern delivers her biggest and most compelling book yet—a tale of secrets, second chances, and the hidden connections that unite our lives

Scandal has derailed journalist Kitty Logan’s career, a setback that is soon compounded by an even more devastating loss. Constance, the woman who taught Kitty everything she knew, is dying. At her mentor’s bedside, Kitty asks her, “What is the one story you always wanted to write?”
The answer lies in a single sheet of paper buried in Constance’s office—a list of one hundred names—with no notes or explanation. But before Kitty can ask her friend, it is too late.
Determined to unlock the mystery and rebuild her own shaky confidence, Kitty throws herself into the investigation, tracking down each of the names on the list and uncovering their connection. Meeting these ordinary people and learning their stories, Kitty begins to piece together an unexpected portrait of Constance’s life… and starts to understand her own.

My Review

  • I would usually enjoy reading one of Cecelia Ahern’s works. But definitely not this one.
  • I guess it is quite inspiring to write about people’s stories, just because. Because sometimes other peoples stories is just the little push you seek to motivate you.
  • I think I overestimated this book and after, it became so low of what I expected.
  • I just don’t know what to say of this book anymore because I have a great relationship with all her other books.
  • I’ll end with that.
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