Telling the truth in the midst of comedy. I think there’s no better way to describe the novel Love, Rosie (Where
It’s through letters, notes, messages, e-mails and conversations in online chats that the Irish author introduces us to Rosie and Alex, who are best friends since ever and have experienced life together for 15 years straight. However, when they begin to realize their friendship may be growing into something more, fate preaches a match and separates them, in the distance of an ocean. At the age of 18, Rosie and Alex see themselves forced to face the world on their own for the first time, in an age that everything happens so quickly and changes so fast.
The humanity and authenticity of this book are what makes it so special and unusual. Unlike fairytales, “Love, Rosie” shows the joys and sorrows of life, the way people abdicate their dreams and that throughout life things won’t always go as expected and they will lead us to paths we never knew we would take. On the other hand, the story also gives us a great lesson: sometimes we should also take the risk, take a leap in the dark, and, who knows, “land” on something that becomes the best thing in life.
In conclusion, I hope that the title makes a now a bit more sense in the head of those who never read this best-seller novel. In one hand, it is
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