Cecelia Ahern’s novel “Where Rainbows End” is a story of love,fate and friendship. The book is written in the form of letters, emails, instant messages and invitations between the two childhood friends and follows them as their lives intertwine and sets them off on different paths. We see their relationship developing and growing through weddings, births, and deaths.
Two friends, Alex and Rosie ,both of them grew up as childhood friends in Dublin. Everything was going on normally but when Alex’s father lands a job in Boston, the two besties are separated. .Rosie plans to finally join Alex when she is accepted into a Hotel Management degree in Boston, but it seemed as if fate wasn’t in favor of them. This was the turning point. Will the two friends be ever together again? The book revolves around this single question. The book is 600 pages thick but the description and writing style of author makes it a single read.
Where Rainbows End makes us believe that Rosie and Alex may never be together due to the unavoidable circumstances but fate just can’t stop meddling. The book is very cleverly and nicely written by including all the information needed for the reader in the form of a letter or email and the like. Despite this style, the book does not have a stop start narrative and flows well, unlike some books written in a similar pattern. Like PS.I Love you, Cecelia Ahern has kept her readers alive by writing something very incredible and interesting. I would recommend everyone to reach this novel as this one is really an awesome piece of writing.