Rosie Dunne by Cecelia Ahern

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The basis for the forthcoming motion picture starring Lily Collins and Sam Claflin!

What happens when two people who are meant to be together can't seem to get it right?

Rosie and Alex are destined for each other, and everyone seems to know it but them. Best friends since childhood, they are separated as teenagers when Alex and his family relocate from Dublin to Boston.

Like two ships always passing in the night, Rosie and Alex stay friends, and though years pass, the two remain firmly attached via emails and letters. Heartbroken, they learn to live without each other. But destiny is a funny thing, and in this novel o f several missed opportunities, Rosie and Alex learn that fate isn't quite done with them yet.

About Cecelia Ahern

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Cecelia Ahern is author of the international bestsellers, PS,I Love You, Love, Rosie, and If You Could SeeMe Now. Film rights to If You Could See Me Now have been bought by Walt Disney Pictures, and PS, I Love You isbeing made into a film by Warner Bros. Foreign rights to her novels havebeen purchased in more than forty countries and have sold more than four million copiesin North America, Europe, and Australia. The daughter of Ireland's prime minister, she lives in Dublin.
Published February 1, 2005 by Hachette Books. 512 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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But Rosie and Alex's early, futile get-together attempts are summarized too quickly to be satisfying, and the letters between Rosie's now adolescent daughter, Katie, and her best friend, a boy named Toby, are too obviously reminiscent of Rosie's childhood correspondence with Alex.

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Written in an epistolary format of letters, notes and emails, the two become friends at an early age and are already passing notes to each other by the age of seven.

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