How to Fall in Love (Paperback)Cecelia Ahern (author)
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`Tender, funny and romantic' Marie Claire
Christine Rose is crossing the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin late one night when she sees a stranger, Adam, poised to jump. Desperate to help, she talks him into a reckless deal: if he gives her two weeks - till his 35th birthday - she'll prove that life is worth living.
But as the clock ticks and the two of them embark on late-night escapades and romantic adventures, what Christine has really promised seems impossible...
A novel to make you laugh, cry and appreciate life, this is Cecelia Ahern at her thoughtful and surprising best.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 300 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 27 mm
`The Irish queen of romance has a quick wit and a way of bouncing through a story with humour but also a sharp eye for realism.' Daily Express
`Brilliantly vivid characters and a story to fall in love with; one of our favourite Cecelia Ahern novels yet' Heat
`A life affirming read ... a heart-warming romance' Essentials
`A great life-affirming read that wisecracks its way from dark to light' Glamour
`A tender, funny and romantic drama with a dash of darkness and desperation' Marie Claire
`Laced with dry wit that keeps the characters real and likeable, this is another poignant, romantic and very readable tale' Hello
`Written with Ahern's trademark humour and light touch, this Dublin-set romance is an enjoyable, easy read' Sunday Mirror
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“Yet again, a wonderful Read from Ahern”
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“Typical Cecelia Ahern”
Great characterisation by the author and an intriguing storyline make her latest book a good, fast read. If you liked her other books, you will like this one too. Set in Dublin, it tells the story of Adam and... More
Christine amazingly comes across two men attemptiing suicide within the space of a few days and having only partially succeeded in stopping the first does stop the second, he agrees to go on living until his birthday... More
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