The Year I Met You, by Cecelia Ahern
Updated: Feb 16, 2020
The Year I Met You is a fantastic, real, embracing story that will suck in any reader.
Main character Jasmine loves two things; her sister and her work. But when her work is taken away she has no idea who she is.
Matt loves two things; his family and alcohol. Without them he hits rock bottom.
One New Years Eve, their paths collide, both have time on their hands and both are at crossroads in their lives. But as the year unfolds, through moonlit nights and suburban days, an unlikely friendship slowly starts to blossom.
Concentrated on the life of Jasmine, as she tells it, The Year I Met You is a beautiful book about the damage that holding onto control can do, and the need to escape your routine.
Introducing a female character who’s head strong and thinks she knows best and a male character who’s a bit too laid back, Ahern shows us how two opposite sides can create two perfectly rounded people and two great friends.
The Year I Met You is full of wit, and is so good that you won’t want to put it down for even a second.
One of Ahern’s best novels yet, The year I Met You will leave you happy, laughing and relaxed after a fantastic journey with great characters.
We Give The Year I Met You Five Stars
ISBN – 978-0-00-750176-2 Cover price (hard back) - £16.99 Available as an eBook