Friday, August 21, 2015

One Hundred Names, by Cecelia Ahern

This book has an interesting premise: a respected magazine editor dies, leaving her protege, the recently disgraced Kitty Logan, her last story idea to complete. Unfortunately for Kitty, the idea is a list of 100 names with no explanation of how they are related. Unfortunately for the reader, Kitty is an unlikeable character, her redemption is unbelievable, and Ahern's "message" is mundane (everyone has a story worth hearing). Not recommended.

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