In a Thousand Different Ways: the gripping, unforgettable new novel from the Sunday Times number 1 bestselling author

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In a Thousand Different Ways: the gripping, unforgettable new novel from the Sunday Times number 1 bestselling author

In a Thousand Different Ways: the gripping, unforgettable new novel from the Sunday Times number 1 bestselling author

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It’s a story about a young woman's struggles, and Alice is a unique individual, highly sensitive, she’s ruled by the colors she sees and people’s auras.

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It becomes very repetitive - there are only so many ways of describing how colours appear - the red mists, the murky browns, the swirling purples. I inhaled this book, every single word of it and I couldn’t recommend more - add it to your To-Be-Read list for 2023 now! And what happens, if someone with synesthesia comes across someone who reflects no color whatsoever?

Slowly, with the help of true friends and nature, which never fails to heal, she learns to control her gift and live her own life. Since then I haven't been able to muster courage to read another Ahern or maybe none of the other books held my attention the way PS: ILY did.

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It's only towards the end, when suddenly there are children and grandchildren, that it feels too rushed. You could hear a word and it has a colour to it, you may read a word such as “street” and smell oranges.

Firstly I must say how much I admired the cover shown on the site, beautiful and so evocative of what was to come. She struggles with her mother, who is later diagnosed as bipolar, and younger brother, but is supported by her older brother. Alice develops the ability to see people's emotions as auras and how this interacts between different people. A beautiful and despairing story that really made me reflect on moments from my own life and present interactions through a coloured magnifying glass.

In a Thousand Different Ways: the gripping, unforgettable new

Thank you NetGalley, Cecelia Ahern, and HarperCollins UK for allowing me to read an advanced copy of In a Thousand Different Ways. Das habe ich dann immer erst nach einer mehr oder weniger langen Zeit gecheckt und oft musste ich dann ein paar Minuten "zurückspulen" um alles noch einmal im neuen Kontext zu hören.I was fortunate to get an advance copy of this book via NetGalley (I chose it because of the cover) and I am glad that I did because it did not disappoint in subject or characters. Alice sees colours in people from when she was 8, her mum and brothers sometimes struggle to understand her, as does Alice herself. There isn't a plot as such, it is a story of Alice’s life, but you can't help but be drawn to her and knowing you can't give her a hug (it's too much for her to cope with) I felt protective of her. I thoroughly enjoyed it even though I wept quite a lot on and off all the way through and it observes human nature very well.

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I would have possibly liked the last two chapters to last a little longer but otherwise this was a beautiful telling of a life.I’ve long been fascinated with the subject of auras - how some people can see them and how they can reveal the emotions of a person. Her best friend in high school becomes a major sports star in the Premier League, she helps him get there.



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