• Where Rainbows End

  • By: Cecelia Ahern
  • Narrated by: Roger Rees, Moira Quirk
  • Length: 5 hrs and 57 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 07-27-12
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.6 (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From naughty children to rebellious teenagers, Rosie and Alex have stuck by each other through thick and thin. But just as they're discovering the joys of teenage nights on the town and dating disasters, they're separated. Alex's family moves from Dublin to America, and Alex goes with them. For good. Rosie's lost without him. But on the eve of her departure to join Alex in Boston, Rosie gets news that will change her life forever and keep her at home in Ireland. Their magical connection sees them through the ups and downs of each other's lives but neither of them knows whether their friendship can really survive the years and miles as well as new relationships. And at the back of Rosie's mind is whether they were meant to be more than just good friends all along.
Misunderstandings, circumstances, and sheer bad luck have kept them out of each other's arms, but when presented with the ultimate opportunity, will they gamble everything, including their friendship, for true love? Destiny, Alex and Rosie discover, is a funny thing and fate isn't quite done with them yet.
©2005 Cecelia Ahern (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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5 out of 5 stars
By Bailey on 08-30-17

Great story

This is a great story of love and life.

This is a tale of slowly falling in love with yourself, and your best friend.

The way the story was told through letters was an interesting foil for the story. It made it captivating, and entertaining. The performances for each character were unique and allowed me to develop them in my minds eye. Such a lovely story.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Tammy on 07-11-08

Brilliant!

It is hard to describe how good this book is. Once you get use to the style you get pulled into the world of Rosie and Alex. It is a bittersweet story of years lost due to misunderstandings and life generally getting in the way.

It can make you cry and before you know it you are laughing and identifying with the characters!

This is the best book I have heard this year!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anu on 04-26-18

Beautiful story with beautiful presentation

I had watched the movie Love, Rosie prior to reading this, and didn’t even realise it was based on a book until a friend brought it to my attention and recommended that I read it, and I’m so glad I took their advice.

Being aware of the gist of the story from before didn’t make this experience any less than it might have been. I was utterly charmed from the get go and found myself really enjoying the style of presentation; both in the writing and audio narration. The story itself is funny and quirky and heartbreaking all at the same time and I absolutely loved it.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Elena on 02-11-16

Poorly written brilliant idea

The ideas in the book are brilliant but the writing was cringeworthy and the narrations even more so. I love accents but when listening to an audiobook the Irish and Scottish accents were frustrating. It was also hard to follow as an audiobook because of the letter format where it switched between the characters' perspectives. I usually prefer the book to the movie version but this was definitely an exception.

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