The uplifting and thoughtful novel from the uniquely talented author. Everyone has a story to tell…
Journalist Kitty Logan’s career has been destroyed by scandal, and she now faces losing the woman who guided her and taught her everything she knew. At her mentor’s bedside, Kitty asks her – what is the one story she always wanted to write?
The answer lies in a file buried in Constance’s office: a list of one hundred names. There is no synopsis, no explanation, nothing else to explain what the story is or who these people are. The list is simply a mystery.
But before Kitty can talk to her friend, it is too late.
With everything to prove, Kitty is assigned the most important task of her life – to write the story her mentor never had the opportunity to. Kitty has to not only track down and meet the people on the list, but find out what connects them. And, in the process of hearing ordinary people’s stories, she uncovers Constance’s – and starts to understand her own…
‘An exquisitely crafted and poignant tale about finding the beauty that lies within the ordinary. Make space for it in your life.’ Heat
‘A captivating, heartwarming read. 4*’ Closer
‘Funny and touching - the perfect warm hug for an autumnal afternoon’ Woman
‘Completely gripping’ Essentials
Praise for Cecelia Ahern:
‘Insightful and true’ Irish Times
‘Exceptional … both heartbreaking and uplifting’ Daily Express
‘A heavenly gift that speaks to the heart’ Irish Independent
‘A wonderfully enchanting, tender and beautifully penned tale’ Candis Magazine
‘Warm and thought-provoking’ Good Housekeeping
About the author
Cecelia Ahern was born and grew up in Dublin. Her novels have been translated into thirty-five languages and have sold more than twenty-five million copies in over fifty countries. Two of her books have been adapted as films and she has created several TV series.
She and her books have won numerous awards, including the Irish Book Award for Popular Fiction for The Year I Met You.
She lives in Dublin with her family.
One hundred names
Once again a good idea for a story, which is why I still keep trying cecelia's books. But I always feel so much more could be done with them. I found this audio book boring I stuck with it until the end hoping for a good ending which never came. By the end the narrators voice was grating so much I struggled to carry on with it. Shame as like I said before a good idea.