Friday, June 25, 2010

If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern

All of Cecelia Ahern's books are offbeat and cleverly written. The gal has a gift. They are all poignant and they are all in the chick-flick genre.

Some are even better in the hearing. If You Could See Me Now is one of these. The Irish accent lends a magical quality to the already magical telling. But I don't want to spoil if for you.

Suffice it to say, Elizabeth Egan, an organized, everything-in-its-place businesswoman, has a long way to go from beginning to the end of her journey. A journey she takes with her six-year-old nephew, Lucas, and his not-quite-six-year-old friend, Ivan. You'll laugh. You'll cry. But you'll love it. And you'll wish you could see it too!

And you may. The latest news is that a film is in the works, starring Hugh Jackman due to be released in 2011.

This is Cecelia's third novel - all are bestsellers. She currently has seven novels published with the eighth due out shortly. Her first book, P.S. I Love You, came out in movie form a few years ago as a major film. She has received many major awards and they are well-deserved.

Cecelia Ahern is the twenty-something daughter of former Irish Prime Minister, Bertie Ahern. She and her new husband, David Keoghan just gave birth to daughter, Robin, in December.

Oh, and by the way, she's gorgeous!

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