Book Review: One Hundred Names by Cecelia Ahern


This book was interesting and fun. The beginning is a little slow but it gets better as you go. The journalist is basically given a list of one hundred names and needs to figure out how to make a story out of it and she can’t ask the person who created the list. It takes place in Ireland which made it all the more fun; a few things I had to look up were white and black pudding, chipper, Friday week, hurling team and snug! I can see how some people might read it and think that it’s very unlikely to actually happen the way it did… but that’s what makes it a story and I’m okay with that. There are a few bad words but no sex scenes or violence. I enjoyed it.

*Read August 2016


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