Una conmovedora novela en la que se nos presenta una selección de los divertidos y frescos diálogos que Rosie y Alex, amigos desde la infancia. Title: Donde termina el arco Iris. Publisher: EDICIONES B. Publication Date: . Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Book Type: book. About this title. Donde termina el arco iris by Cecelia Ahern at – ISBN – ISBN – B de Bolsillo (Ediciones B) –
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Donde termina el arco iris by Cecelia Ahern. Hardcoverpages. Published June 1st by Ediciones B first published Corine Internationaler Buchpreis for Weltbild Leserpreis To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Donde termina el arco irisplease sign up. Sam fits the character Alex pretty good I guess.
This book is interesting, funny and full of awkward moment! She’s clumsy, funny and all. Mostly, Cefelia always wondered why the dnode Alex didn’t fall for her from the first time? But afterall, this book is awesome!
Tessie He had loved her all along. He had loved her all his life, so I think that he may had have difficulty distinguishing loving her and being in love with …more He had loved her all along. Ahwrn had loved her all his life, so I think that he may had have difficulty distinguishing loving her and being in love with her. Also not wanting to risk such a beautiful and lifelong friendship to be replaced with a awkward silence. He valued Rosie arcoirjs much to risk something that he wasn’t sure she had wanted.
See all 47 questions about Donde termina el arco iris…. Lists with This Book. Although this was a pretty long book for a contemporary, it covered the lives of Rosie and Alex from ages 5 to 50 and I remained interested in their story the whole time. I loved these two characters but at the same time I wanted to smack them over the head several times for being so stupid. As for the writing style, it is written in the forms of letters, emails, chat rooms hahaha who terjina uses those even more?
This took me a while to get into because at times I felt like it was difficult to understand how much time had passed since the last section and sometimes I felt that I couldn’t fully connect to the characters. However, I eventually got used to the writing and it actually made it a quicker read than if it was just plain narrative prose.
Also, the epilogue wrapped the story up so well! I had so much fun reading this book and I can’t wait to watch the movie with Lily Collins and Sam Claflin even though I hear it is pretty much nothing like the book. View all 5 comments. View all 17 comments. The writing style and the way that this book was organised and made up completely of letters, emails, instant termiina etc was brilliant.
I must admit it took a while to get used to but when you do temrina works so well and makes the story so much more interesting. You really get to dig deep into the main character’s emotions and feelings this way and I really enjoyed it. However, at aecoiris it did become annoying because it kind of skipped main events and you didn’t get to find out ahedn about them which I would have really liked. Pacing wise, I was hooked and desperately needed to arcoiriss out what happens with Rosie and Alex!!!
If you dr this book and you did not want them to be together then we MUST have read a different book because I routed for these two from the terimna start!
I really enjoyed getting to really know the characters and they were all so well developed and portrayed. On the other hand, at times I did feel like the characters all aged too fast but I guess that’s symbolic to life because times just goes by so fast! I think this book is leaning towards a definite 4.
I am extremely excited to get round to watching the film as I feel like it will work really well! View all 6 comments.
I have a week cefelia for best friends turn lovers books and after a friend recommended me this one, I was very curious to read it. I wanted something nice and easy, to just spend a weekend in bed reading. This was my first book from Cecelia Ahern and after hearing so many amazing things about her, I had to crack the ice and see for myself.
Meet Rosie and Alex, 2 best friends that share with us their funny and sad moments. Because the book is made of letters, emails, notes and postcards! It was such an interesting thing in reading the story using this instruments and I was very excited to understand how Cecelia managed to make the reader understand the plot. It was very simple, with a natural flow to the story and a very well developed plot.
So, back to our characters. Rosie and Alex, 2 best friends since childhood, with a lot in common, who dream of a future together, as friends of course. Having spend the majority of their time together, they are used in sharing things and talking about anything.
But, as time passes and they grow up becoming teenagers, their priorities will change as well, leaving to them having different paths. Alex dreams of becoming a doctor and Rosie wants to run her own hotel. In all this time they are apart to study, they keep in touch, by using letters and emails. I loved this thing that Cecelia brought for the readers, because it was an unique book for me.
Never I have seen the plot to be constructed upon this written elements and it gave so much depth to the story, because they were intimate and genuine. Exactly like providing dual POV, but more detailed if it’s possible.
As time passes, Alex and Rosie keep in contact, only to figure out how lonely they are without one another. They are so stubborn to realize how in love they are, even if they know each other since childhood. In a relationship, you first have to meet your friend, and after that the lover.
So I wanted to strangle them much all of the book, because I knew that destiny would want them together. I wanted to see them accept their feelings and have a life together. Of course they will make mistakes and BIG ones that can’t be mended, but they will learn from them and manage to live with them. This is a classic example of having the love of your life right in front of you, but being too blind, you are unable to reach out and take it.
Rosie and Alex lived this experience and let me tell you that it truly hurt knowing they lost a lot of years not giving in to their instincts and feelings. For more reviews please check https: View all 24 comments. It is so easy to lose your way, to lose direction.
Honestly though, I wouldn’t have bothered picking this book up if I didn’t see the freakin movie trailer. It was so cute. Sam Caflin was so hot! Lily Collins looked really good too.
So there, that’s the story of why I picked this book up. Lookie that movie poster. I didn’t like him as Finnick. Didn’t even recognize him.
Found out when I googled him after I watched the movie trailer.
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He’s the df Alex. So here’s the gist Rosie and Alex has been best friends ever since they could remember. They’ve been through a lot. They hade their fair share of happy, sad, and mostly embarassing moments at school, even arguments actually Rosie got really upset when Alex didn’t invite her to his birthday.
Donde termina el arco iris
Alex’s family had to move to the US being his dad got a good job offer there. So Alex and Rosie got separated, their only form of communications were mails, letters, and IM’s. She had feelings for Alex for a long time, but was too scared to admit it. She was too scared to lose her best friend. Rosie applied to Boston University and got accepted, while Alex got into Harvard. But life had other plans for them, Rosie got pregnant.
She slept with a guy that night Alex didn’t arrive to escort her to a gala. She decided not to move to the US and pursue her studies there. Rosie stayed in Dublin. She struggled making ends meet. She struggled raising her daugher while working on jobs that would feed them both.
Although she had the support of her parents, it still had been hard for Rosie. Alex, on the other hand, successfully graduated at Harvard.