In A Thousand Different Ways – Cecelia Ahern

In Thousand Different Ways – Cecelia Ahern

I borrowed the audio book of this one from the library (I am not sure where I first heard of it).

Here’s the blurb …

Finding your way is never a simple journey…

Alice sees the worst in people.

She also sees the best.
She sees a thousand different emotions and knows exactly what everyone around her is feeling.
Every. Single. Day.

But it’s the dark thoughts.
The sadness. The rage.
These are the things she can’t get out of her head. The things that overwhelm her.

Where will the journey to find herself begin?

At first I was fascinated by this story, but by the final third I wondered where it was going and I thought it could definitely do with a bit of editing. The portrayal of the dysfunctional family was very well done, and I enjoyed the relationships with her school friend and Naomi, but once she was settled with Andy, I was ready for it to be over.

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