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Where Rainbows End (also known as Love, Rosie or Rosie Dunne) is the second novel by Irish writer Cecelia Ahern, published in 2004. The entire novel is written in epistolary structure in the form of letters, emails, instant messages, and newspaper articles. The book reached number one in Ireland and UK and was a best seller internationally. The book won the German Corine Award in 2005. In 2014, the novel was adapted into a film titled Love, Rosie.

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  • Where Rainbows End
  • Für immer vielleicht
  • Donde termina el arco iris
  • Scrivimi ancora
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  • Für immer vielleicht ist ein Roman der irischen Schriftstellerin Cecelia Ahern aus dem Jahre 2004.
  • Donde termina el arco iris (también conocida en inglés como Where Rainbows End) es la segunda novela publicada por la escritora irlandesa Cecelia Ahern, en 2004. La novela entera está escrita de manera epistolar, en forma de cartas, correos electrónicos, mensajes instantáneos y artículos periodísticos. El libro logró ser número uno en Irlanda y Reino Unido y best seller internacionalmente. La novela ganó un premio alemán CORINE en 2005.
  • Scrivimi ancora (titolo originale Where Rainbows End anche conosciuto come Love, Rosie o Rosie Dunne è il secondo romanzo della scrittrice irlandese Cecelia Ahern, pubblicato nel 2004. L'intero romanzo è scritto in una struttura epistolare sotto forma di lettere, e-mail, messaggi istantanei e articoli di giornale. Il libro ha raggiunto la posizione numero uno in Irlanda e Regno Unito ed è stato un best seller a livello internazionale. Il libro ha vinto il German Corine Award nel 2005. Nel 2014, il romanzo è stato adattato in un film intitolato Scrivimi ancora.
  • Where Rainbows End (also known as Love, Rosie or Rosie Dunne) is the second novel by Irish writer Cecelia Ahern, published in 2004. The entire novel is written in epistolary structure in the form of letters, emails, instant messages, and newspaper articles. The book reached number one in Ireland and UK and was a best seller internationally. The book won the German Corine Award in 2005. In 2014, the novel was adapted into a film titled Love, Rosie.
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  • PR6101.H47 W47 2005
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  • 823.92 22
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