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If You Could See Me Now

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 18,753 Ratings and 1,576 Reviews

Book Description
Elizabeth's life is an organized mess. The organized part is all due to Elizabeth's efforts. The mess is all due to her sister, Saoirse (pronounced Seer-sha), whose personal problems challenge Elizabeth's orderly world and leave her scrambling to pick up the pieces that Saoirse's whirlwind leaves behind. One of these pieces is Saoirse's son, Luke. Age 6, Luke is a quiet, contemplative boy whose al... More
Book Information
PublisherWheeler Publishing
BindingHardcover (26 editions)
Reading LevelAdult
# of Pages501
Publication Date03/2006
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About Cecelia Ahern (Author) : Cecelia Ahern was born on September 30, 1981 in Dublin, Ireland. She is the daughter of Bertie Ahern, Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) since June 26,1997, and is the sister-in-law of Nicky Byrne of Ir... more
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1/21/2010 Lynley Welte said: This is my new favorite book, loved the characterization and light hearted attitude of Ivan. It was a good reminder to never forget the simple things in life and always remember to laugh and have fun.

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11/30/2008 Phuong Thanh said: This book worths reading, I must say so.

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8/31/2007 Amy Moreno tagged as: I Read

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