“Where Rainbows End is marketed in the US as ‘Love, Rosie’.”
NO MAJOR SPOILERS
I’ve been reading several books at once lately, and with two heavy books on the go I fancied something light and airy. So last week I picked up Cecilia Ahern’s Where Rainbows End, a little love story with a very clever prose.
The prose itself is really unusual, the entire book is a transcript of written conversations, and it all starts with notes passed in the classroom between two five year olds . . .
It’s a pretty story, very cute and it’s all tied up with a bow at the end as this genre of novel often is. It’s the sort of book practically anyone could read, with easy language and a light tone. I suspect this would be popular with young adults, although it’s definitely marketed at the twenty-something female.