More reviews for In a Thousand Different Ways: I cant remember the last time I felt so invested in a characters future; I was willing Alice on, with every page. This is such a poignant, quirky and satisfying story about taking charge of ones life and (like Alices pot plants) thriving, despite the odds Susan Fletcher So original and compelling and heartbreaking, but also heartwarming . . . Alice is right up my street . . . that gorgeous blend of strength and vulnerability Ciara Geraghty Highly original, fresh and exciting Hazel Gaynor I loved this novel . . . a rich tapestry, full of characters seeking love and acceptance on their lifes journey Patricia Scanlan Such a beautiful, tender and moving story Sinead Moriarty Acclaim for Cecelia Ahern: Its time to recognise Cecelia Ahern as one of our finest writers John Boyne, bestselling author of All The Broken Places Sharp, clever, witty: a joy to read Donal Ryan, bestselling author of The Queen of Dirt Island Witty, playful, entertaining but also thought-provoking, salutary and empowering Daily Mail Impressive, timely and entertaining Observer Confidential, sympathetic and witty The Times Funny, magical, her most powerful, most feminist work yet Irish Sunday Independent Intriguing, substantial and impactfulThe quiet call to arms that women never knew they needed Irish Independent Inventive and ingenious, with a doffing of the cap to Angela Carter and Margaret Atwood Stylist Wonderful, inspiring the kind of book everyone should have on their shelf Libby Page, bestselling author of The Lido An illuminating and touching story about memory, childhood and secrets Woman & Home Beautiful and unexpected both thought-provoking and life-affirming Sunday Express
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.