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Dissapointing Memory!
May 27, 2011 03:24 PM 2636 Views



Joyce was a simple girl.married for 10 years and was expecting a baby. Justin was a professor and donates his blood at a camp.Joyce loses her baby and need blood tranfusion.Justin's blood saves Joyce's life and they get connected by the bond of BLOOD!

Joyce gets dreams about Justin and feels his emotions.she knows things about him.she starts speaking many different languages.she never met him but she feels as if she was a part of him.

Destiny has plans for them and they finally meet each other and fall in love. Phew!

I have read most of Cecilia Ahern's novels and liked them all because of the unusual stories and the romantic factor involved with them. But this novel was a huge disapointment.the language is good.the story is also to an extent catchy and will keep you glued. but then you don't get the magical feel that you get after reading her other novels.

The only character that has some wit is Joyce's father who is an old man with good humour and gives some relief in an otherwise bland novel.

The novel lacks emotions and the story seems like some hindi flick where the heroine gets a heart transplant and falls in love with the hero.

All in all not a very good read but Cecilia Ahern's fans should read it because she truly writes very well and deserves a read for sure.

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Thanks for the memories - Cecilia Ahern