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Reading is the personal choice so is the review.
About The Book:
In the south-west of Ireland, rugged mountains meet bright blue lakes and thick forests. Deep in the woods, a young woman lives alone, forever secluded from the world, her life a well-kept secret. She possesses an extraordinary talent, the likes of which no-one has seen before: a gift that will earn her the nickname Lyrebird.
When Solomon stumbles into Laura’s solitary existence, her life is turned on its head. Pulled from her peaceful landscape to the cacophony of Dublin, she is confronted by a world desperate to understand her.
But while Solomon knows the world will embrace Laura, will it free her to spread her wings – or will it trap her in a gilded cage? Like all wild birds, she needs to fly free…
Lyrebird is a thoughtful, deeply moving love story; a story of the wild heart in us all and the quiet that lies underneath the world’s noise.
Cecelia Ahern, one of the most prominent name in romantic popular fiction should definitely touch the chords of her worldwide fans. With a very unusual and striking plot idea, this story needs a thumbs up.
A romance book that is too close to 450 pages may make you feel a bit clumsy to pick up. But I can make sure you wouldn’t even have the idea how the pages will flow by. It’ll make you glued in the book from the very first to last.
This is a book written with a beautiful effort. The book doesn’t have any extraordinary that’ll make literary snobs wow! But the book definitely has the juice that’ll make it worth.
The relationship is beautifully made between the characters. A lot of exploration with sounds is assumed as the name itself suggests that. Laura, the main character shows how to learn about the harsh realities of life and all a human needs is true love.
The book ends with traditional happy ending though it doesn’t feel bad after reading the book. Multiple plots are sum up together nicely that it feels compact.
Though the book makes me uncomfortable somewhere because it gives up the main scene certainly and goes extraordinarily fictional. And the character of Laura is sometimes made a bit downgraded in the sense an adult should work out.
But yet Laura is exceptionally great as showcased.
An easy and good read, fulfilling and covering every condition of a good book this is a worthy read.
I suggest you read this and it’s really a great read.
Oh! I forgot. You can picture the beautiful scenes of many places throughout the book and it may make you feel that you’re actually travelling there. Also, you may read this book in silence when you need a break. I hope it’ll make you feel good.
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