Cecilia Ahern Books Review & Ebooks Giveaways

As of late, smallkucing and Manglish have been taunting me to the max. One keep tempting me to go to Book Access and get some books for myself to read while another keep tempting me to indulge myself with some ‘ficathon’.

I didn’t go to Book Access to get some books for myself of course, as I’ve been rather busy lately. Even taking a breather seems to be a luxury these days, especially when I am in a frenzy as well.

However, I did manage to find time to go into some ficathon, despite of struggling to write scripts for Script Frenzy so I guess, Manglish’s little campaign is accomplished, after all. πŸ˜€ He managed to get me reading some Chic Lit by Cecelia Ahern.

Sounds familiar? Cecelia Ahern is the author of P.S I Love you and many more worth reading books. Most of her books are touching, and she’s one author that I’d love to hate. Her books are very touching, and never fails to make people cry and appreciate life.

Here, I’d like to share her books in ebooks form with all of you. Kindly email  at  [email protected] to request for it. I would try to send to you as soon as I can get back to you. πŸ˜€

P.S I Love You

Holly and Gerry had the perfect life. Happily married, living in Dublin close to their friends and family, and with a brilliant social life, they had the world at their feet. Or so they thought. When Gerry dies, Holly is devastated. On the eve of her 30th birthday, the man who was her lover, her best friend, her rock, has left her. But Gerry promised he’d always be there for Holly. And he is: his last bequest to her is The List, a bundle of notes which form a monthly mission for Holly to get her life back on track.

As the notes are gradually opened, and as the year unfolds, Holly is both cheered up and challenged. The man who knows Holly better than anyone sets out to teach her that life goes on. With some help from her friends, and her noisy and loving family, Holly finds herself laughing, crying, singing, dancing — and being braver than ever before. Life is for living, she realizes — but it always helps if there’s an angel watching over you. Charming, heartfelt and funny, this debut novel celebrates life, love and friendship and proves that true love never dies.

Where Rainbows End

From naughty children to rebellious teenagers and mixed-up twenty- and thirty-somethings, Rosie and Alex have stuck by each other through thick and thin, even when Alex moved across the Atlantic to Boston and Rosie fell pregnant as a teenager. Alex supports Rosie through one of the most difficult times of her life — a time when she should be out partying and going to university but is instead changing nappies and coping with a screaming baby.

In return, Rosie is there for Alex when he struggles through his medical internship and copes with a messy divorce. Throughout the ups and downs of each other’s lives, they have remained a constant, a shoulder to cry on, someone to laugh and share their innermost feelings with.But can their friendship survive the years and the miles and, more critically, when they each marry someone else?

If You Could See Me Now ( A Silver Lining)

Elizabeth’s life is an organized mess. The organized part is all due to her own efforts. The mess is entirely due to her sister,Saoirse, whose personal problems leave Elizabeth scrambling to pick up the pieces. One of these pieces is Saoirse’s six-year-old son, Luke. Luke is quiet and contemplative, until the arrival of a new friend, Ivan, turns him into an outgoing, lively kid. And Elizabeth’s life is about to change in wonderful ways she has only dreamed of.

Thanks For The Memories

Joyce Conway leaves hospital after recovering from a terrible accident. Having faced a near-death experience, she is suddenly awakened to the stark reality of her futile marriage, and vows to start afresh — separating from husband Conor and moving back in with her dad. Justin Hitchcock arrives in Dublin to give a guest lecture. Recently divorced and living near his daughter Bea, but far from his Chicago home, he’s lonely and restless. When beautiful doctor Sarah persuades him to give blood, he nonchalantly accepts, hoping he’ll at least get a date with her. Then one rainy evening, Joyce and Justin cross paths in the strangest of circumstances.

The Gift

Everyday Lou Suffern battled with the clock. He always had two places to be at the same time. He always had two things to do at once. When asleep he dreamed. In between dreams, he ran through the events of the day while making plans for the next. When at home with his wife and family, his mind was always someplace else.

On his way into work one early winter morning, Lou meets Gabe, a homeless man sitting outside the office building. Intrigued by him and on discovering that he could also be very useful to have around, Lou gets Gabe a job in the post room.

But soon Lou begins to regret helping Gabe. His very presence unsettles Lou and how does Gabe appear to be in two places at the same time? As Christmas draws closer, Lou starts to understand the value of time. He sees what is truly important in life yet at the same time he learns the harshest lesson of all.

This is a story about people who not unlike parcels, hide secrets. They cover themselves in layers until the right person unwraps them and discovers what’s inside.Sometimes you have to be unraveled in order to find out who you really are. For LouSuffern, that took time

The Book of Tomorrow

Tamara Goodwin has always got everything she’s ever wanted. Born into a family of wealth, she grew up in a mansion with its own private beach, a wardrobe full of designer clothes, a large four poster bed complete with a luxurious bathroom en-suite. She’s always lived in the here and now, never giving a second thought to tomorrow. But then suddenly her dad is gone and life for Tamara and her mother changes forever. Left with a mountain of debt, they have no choice but to sell everything they own and move to the country to live with Tamara’s Uncle and Aunt.

Nestled next to Kilsaney Castle, their gatehouse is a world away from Tamara’s childhood. With her mother shut away with grief, and her aunt busy tending to her, Tamara is lonely and bored and longs to return to Dublin. When a travelling library passes throughKilsaney Demesne, Tamara is intrigued. She needs a distraction. Her eyes rest on a mysterious large leather bound tome locked with a gold clasp and padlock. With some help, Tamara finally manages to open the book. What she discovers within the pages takes her breath away and shakes her world to its core.

Cleffairy: Reading is an adventure. πŸ˜€


    • Cleffairy says:

      Each books? 2 hours liddat onli la… lol…. the books are not that thick in comparison to Sherlock Holmes or Chronicles of Narnia.

      Sci Fi like Star Wars? I got some Star Wars books at home… but i dun have ebooks version of em.

  1. manglish says:

    hhahahahahah….ok chic lite can wait at the moment…i am hot on those classics at the moment….working my way towards more contemporary writers soon, dont you wish we had more time to read? ARGGGHHHHH!!!!!!! hurry hurry hurry…….AHHAHAHHA

    • Cleffairy says:

      Humph… tell me when you’re ready for some of these chic lit. I’ll be glad to send em over to you. And yea… I do wish that i have more time to read. πŸ™ Too much things to do, too less time…

    • Cleffairy says:

      I like books too, Cikgu. but sometimes… ebooks are much kinder to my pocket. Cannot afford to buy books. You see… they are too expensive sometimes. imagine Rm30.00++ for each novel. I read a lot wan… can really bankrupt. πŸ™ I often refrain myself from entering bookstores… not cuz I dun like books, but cuz of budget. If I have it my way, I could have my own library by now! Humph!

    • Cleffairy says:

      OMG, Irene… grinz…. you love books too. And sobs.. Cecelia Ahern’s books are tearjerkers. Especially PS I Love You. I read til eyes swollen! πŸ™

  2. Adrine says:

    Hello, just stumbled on your blog.

    After reading this post, I really feel like picking up a Cecilia Ahern book. I’ve only read “PS I loved you” and thought it was really good. But after that, I read another one which was really boring so that stopped me reading further books from her.

    Thx to your post, I think I”ll give it another go. Prob with “The Gift”. Mebbe from there, I will learn how to be in two places at one time πŸ™‚
    But I’m definately the old fashioned type – can only read hardcopies while lying down on bed/sofa! he heh πŸ˜‰

  3. Nastya says:

    I am looking for the books by Cecelia Ahern. And i can`t find it in the internet in PDF format. Does anyone know where i can find it?

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