Cecelia Ahern is an Irish novelist since 2004. She has published several novels and contributed a number of short stories to various anthologies. Ahern also created and produced the ABC comedy Samantha Who? starring Christina Applegate. She is a face of Littlewoods Ireland. show more
Cecelia Ahern is an Irish novelist since 2004. She has published several novels and contributed a number of short stories to various anthologies.
Ahern also created and produced the ABC comedy Samantha Who? starring Christina Applegate.
She is a face of Littlewoods Ireland.
Birth date: September 30, 1981
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I can't believe I sat through this entire book. This is an example of what happens when an author tries to mimic a YA dystopian future, but doesn't flesh out the world enough. This is what happens when the author concentrates on all the wrong aspects completely. This is also what happens when the ...
Like every book Cecelia Ahern writes, I also loved this one! :)The storyline was great, though really cringe-worthy at times, not least due to what is happening to one of the main characters, Laura, in what seems like an incredibly short time span.
The perfect people, perfect only until they or people close to them become the Flawed.The Flawed, the outcast and rightless, whose brands are seared into their skin by the Guild torturers.'The Guild, the government-supported tribunal that puts people on trial for their unethical, immoral acts.'(c)Th...
See how easy it may be to cross from Perfection to Flawedness. See how incidious the ideas of perfection can be. See how dangerous perfectionism is.The concept is slightly reminding of the Nataniel Hawthorne's A-letter, only taken to new abysmal heights.Q:When I step outside, I see Colleen standing ...
Hey everyone and how are you doing? I am doing pretty good myself. So, today I have a book review and that is on "If You Could See Me Now" by Cecelia Ahern. Now, I will admit that for the first time in my entire reading career (lol). I actually fell in love with a fictional character! Yeah, I can't ...