Monday, March 31, 2008

There's No Place Like Here by Cecelia Ahern

So Cecelia Ahern is young, pretty, and the daughter of Ireland's prime minister [not anymore...Brian Cowen took over this month]. I'm always prepared to dislike her books out of spite. Unfortunately, she's a pretty good writer. In There's No Place Like Here, she creates a world (named Here) where all missing things go. Neat idea, huh?

Sandy Shortt has been searching for missing things ever since her schoolmate disappeared when she was ten. As an adult, Sandy runs a missing persons agency. Sandy is supposed to meet a client, Jack Ruttle, to discuss finding his missing brother, but before they can meet, Sandy herself goes missing. Want to know what happens? You know what to do!

Out of five stars...I'd give it...hmm...three and a half.

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