Where Rainbows End

By Megan Thomas

You might be more familiar with the film adaptation that was made called “Love, Rosie”. This is a story told in letters, between best-friends and soulmates Rosie and Alex – texts, emails, newspaper articles and instant messages. 

Their small-town lives in Dublin, where they share everything from their first awkward moments and childhood secrets to the early part of their teens, is where Rosie remains after an unexpected plot-twist in her life-plans, while Alex heads off to Boston with his family. It’s so lovely, hilarious, charming and more-ish. Sad, too, but definitely worth it. 

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