Where Rainbows End

Where Rainbows EndOk, I have to say that normally I tend to like books that are nothing but a collection of emails, IM's, letters, diary entries, etc. I think that Meg Cabot uses this format very well. Perhaps that's my problem.

There was one thing about Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern that drove me nuts and it was a LACK OF DATES ON ANYTHING! It drove me bonkers. I spent half the time trying to figure out how much, if any, time had passed between one entry and the next. Would be be really hard to give them dates??? I mean, ok, I get that you don't want to because it spans such a long time and brings into question some of the technology used at certain points during the book but sheesh.

And um...this isn't the same cover as the book I have and I just realized I've read the other book of hers that is advertised on there (PS. I Love You) which was kinda weird but not bad. (Edit: I had this confused with another book. P.S. I Love You isn't weird at all and actually wasn't a bad fluffy read. Damn! This is why I need to blog about all the books I read although this may have pre-dated this blog.)

Oh and if you hadn't guessed - this is fluff. Drawn out, typically Irish-based, chick-lit fluff. Save your time and read something by Marion Keyes instead (except Watermelon I hated that one).