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„There's ​more than a touch of fairytale about Cecelia Ahern's novels… thanks to a liberal sprinkling of magic.” Glamour
What if love was right there in front of you – you just couldn't see it?
Elizabeth Egan is too busy for friends. As a reluctant mother to her sister Saoirse's young son Luke and with her own business to run, every precious moment is made to count.
But with Saoirse crashing in and out of their lives, leaving both her sister and her son reeling, Luke and Elizabeth are desperately in need of some magic.
Enter Ivan. Wild, spontaneous and always looking for adventure, in no time at all Ivan has changed Elizabeth in ways she could never have imagined. But is Ivan too good to be true? Has Elizabeth opened her heart only to risk it being broken again?
As for Ivan, he thought he was there to help Luke not Elizabeth – or himself….
„Enchanting and unexpected” You
„A gem” Heat

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PRAISE FOR… (tovább)

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2005

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HarperCollins, London (United Kingdom), 2009
232 oldal · ISBN: 9780007856879
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HarperCollins, London (United Kingdom), 2007
410 oldal · ISBN: 9780007260812
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HarperCollins, London (United Kingdom), 2006
410 oldal · ISBN: 9780007198894

Kedvencelte 3

Most olvassa 1

Várólistára tette 8

Kívánságlistára tette 1


Kiemelt értékelések

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oldmoviegirl01 P
Cecelia Ahern: If You Could See Me Now

Ennek a könyvnek mindig különleges helye lesz a könyvespolcomon, tekintve a beszerzésének különlegességét, ám maximális csillagot mégsem tudok rá adni.
Elég lassan indult be ez az amúgy sem mozgalmas történet, és az írónő a leírásokat is nagyon szereti. Elizabeth kamaszkora és családi körülményei annyira részletezve lettek, hogy már kicsit untam is. Ám, ahogy haladtunk előre rájöttem, hogy szükségesek voltak ezek a részletek ahhoz, hogy még jobban bele tudjuk élni magunkat Elizabeth karakterébe, és megértsük honnan is indult el Ő a változás útján. A végletekig rendezett és rendszerezett életéből Ivan zökkentette ki, segítségével fedezte fel játékos énjét, találta meg újra életében a színeket, élt át olyan felszabadult és felszabadító élményeket, amiket korábban el sem tudott volna képzelni, ahogy a falu lakosai sem róla.
Ivan egy igazi sugárzó személyiség. Ő is sokat tapasztalt Elizabeth mellett. Az átélt boldog és fájdalmas pillanatok hatására komolyan elgondolkodott a sorsáról, korlátairól, de végül a napfény utat tört a felhők között.
A számos lelket simogató jelenet között a pitypangmag fújós az egyik legemlékezetesebb, ezért is illik remekül ez a szépséges borító a könyvhöz. Egyébként is a „Jinny Joe”-k amellett, hogy kívánságteljesítő tulajdonsággal bírnak, a tündérpor alapanyagai is. :)
Nem lett „messze a legnagyobb kedvencem”, de reményteli, szívet melengető olvasmány.

Bátran ajánlom kezdő angolosoknak is, mert nem nehéz a nyelvezete.

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Papusz SP
Cecelia Ahern: If You Could See Me Now

Nekem ez most annyira jól esett. (Külön jót tett neki, hogy a második felét otthon olvastam, ahol kicsit mindig gyerekké változom.)

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Mesii
Cecelia Ahern: If You Could See Me Now

Ugyan ki ne szeretne egy láthatatlan barátot, aki ráadásul pont a legjobb időben csöppen bele az életünkbe, és totálisan felforgatja azt :) Tündéri mese felnőtteknek, a szokásos Ahern stílusban, finoman elegyítve egy kis romantikával. Imááádom!! Megy is a kedvencek közé!

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pattycica
Cecelia Ahern: If You Could See Me Now

Elizabeth jó karakter, Luke egy tündér, Ivan pedig… *sóhaj*

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PuPilla
Cecelia Ahern: If You Could See Me Now

Kedves mese láthatatlan barátokról és láthatatlan személyiségfejlődésről.

Bővebben: http://pupillaolvas.freeblog.hu/archives/2009/07/18/Cec…


Népszerű idézetek

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oldmoviegirl01 P

It was nine forty-five p.m. and light, it seemed, was calling it a day. She had been rocking herself back and forth, fighting the tears that threatened to fall, swallowing the lump that threatened to rise in her throat, forcing back the thoughts that threatened to drown her mind. It felt as though she were fighting everything right now. She fought the people who invited themselves into her world without her permission; she fought Luke and his head full of childish ways, her sister and her problems, Poppy and her ideas at work, Joe and his coffee shop, competitors in her business. She felt she was always fighting, fighting, fighting. And now, here she sat, fighting her very own emotions.

142. oldal (Harper, 2007)

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oldmoviegirl01 P

At least in her home she was in control. There, unlike in the rest of her life, she allowed in only those whom she wanted, she could decide how long they should stay, and where in her home they could be. Not like a heart, which let people in without permission, held them in a special place she never had any say in, and then yearned for them to remain there longer than they planned.

48. oldal (Harper, 2007)

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oldmoviegirl01 P

“You’ve come to give me a piece of your mind,” I repeated, looking at her. “You know that phrase is really beautiful. The mind is the most powerful thing in the body, you know, whatever the mind believes, the body can achieve. So to give someone a piece of it . . . well, thank you, Elizabeth.
Funny how people are always intent on giving it to the people they dislike when it really should be for the ones they love. There’s another funny thing. But a piece of your mind . . . what a gift that would be.” I looped the last stalk and formed a chain. “I’ll give you a daisy chain in return for a piece of your mind.” I slid the bracelet onto her arm.

She sat on the grass. Didn’t move, didn’t say anything, just looked at her daisy chain. Then she smiled and when she spoke her voice was soft.
“Has anyone ever been mad at you for more than five minutes?”
I looked at my watch. “Yes. You, from ten o’clock this morning until now.”

196. oldal (Harper, 2007)

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bagolyfiók

To be made to feel safe for just a few minutes at least, to know that someone else is there looking out for you and that life just isn't in your own hands and you're stuck living it all alone in your head.

278. oldal, 28. fejezet (Harper, 2007)

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bagolyfiók

Plus she was a grown-up, she gave me butterflies and wouldn't know fun if it hit her on the face, and believe me I tried to throw it at her plenty of times over the weekend.

62. oldal, 5. fejezet (Harper, 2007)

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bagolyfiók

She went to bed to rest, not to dream.

65. oldal, 6. fejezet (Harper, 2007)

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bagolyfiók

Sometimes Elizabeth thought that the entire town needed an injection of caffeine; it was as though some winter days the place still had it eyes closed and was sleepwalking.

83. oldal, 7. fejezet (Harper, 2007)

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bagolyfiók

The village had taken a big stretch and a yawn and was wandering sleepily from its bed to the bathroom. Soon it would be showered, dressed and wide awake.

87. oldal, 7. fejezet (Harper, 2007)

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bagolyfiók

To be made to feel safe

278. oldal, 28. fejezet (Harper, 2007)


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