Cecelia Ahern Ein Moment FГјrs Leben Film

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Nachdem ihr Freund Blake (Wayne Carpendale) sich von ihr getrennt hat, bricht für Lucy (Julia-Maria Köhler) eine Welt zusammen: Sie zieht. "Cecelia Ahern: Ein Moment fürs Leben", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV. Cecelia Ahern: Ein Moment fürs Leben ein Film von Jophi Ries mit Julia-Maria Köhler, Anatole Taubman. Inhaltsangabe: Lucy Silchester (Julia-Maria Köhler) ist​. „Ein Moment fürs Leben“ (TV60Filmproduktion), die dritte ZDF-Verfilmung eines Cecelia-Ahern-Romans, setzt auf das genreübliche Glücks(suche)motiv. 03 Ein Moment fürs Leben: Lucy Silchester und Blake Lester sind das perfekte Paar: Bis Blake beschließt, dass er sein Leben lieber ohne Lucy weiterführen .

Cecelia Ahern Ein Moment FГјrs Leben Film

Cecelia Ahern: Ein Moment fürs Leben ein Film von Jophi Ries mit Julia-Maria Köhler, Anatole Taubman. Inhaltsangabe: Lucy Silchester (Julia-Maria Köhler) ist​. Cecelia Ahern: Ein Moment fürs Leben. "Herzkino" nach dem gleichnamigen Roman. Einleitung; Texte; Impressum. Ihre große Liebe hat sie verlassen, von ihren. „Ein Moment fürs Leben“ (TV60Filmproduktion), die dritte ZDF-Verfilmung eines Cecelia-Ahern-Romans, setzt auf das genreübliche Glücks(suche)motiv. Cecelia Ahern Ein Moment FГјrs Leben Film

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Cecelia Ahern Dich zu lieben (Deutschland 2018) Ja, das tue ich. Das alles ändert sich schlagartig, als Cosmo Anatole Taubman auftaucht und nicht mehr von ihrer Seite weicht. Photos Add Wolfskinder. Die Briefe stammen von einem Mann Eva Zeidler Cosmo, link so einiges Livestream Gntm auszusetzen hat, source Lucy mit ihrem Leben — also ihm — umgeht. Director: Jophi Ries.

It was so good! So funny! So why is it that, of all the miserable, poor, distraught people in the world, it is she who receives a letter asking her to fix an appointment with Life?

The letter -after being peed on by her illegally owned cat- lies ignored, like the rest of the things in her Life.

She has a job she doesn't love. She has a family she actually likes to visit- if held at gun point. She manages to divide her time between helping her friends, working on her car whom she calls Sebastian and feeding her cat.

She's so busy that she leaves every gathering, every meeting before it ends. Every work before it's finished.

But there's one thing she can not leave unfinished or unattended. And that is her Life. She needs to spend time with it.

Make it happy. Because even if you give up on your Life, your Life doesn't. It stays there, the torn being, begging you to fix it.

And Lucy, as much as she's unwilling, is about to do just that. Fix her Life. I absolutely loved the narrative!

Lucy has a cat and she's so funny! Lucy, not the cat. She named the cat Mr. Pan but sometimes she calls her Hillary, Julia or Mary.

The book, not the cat. Loved her Life. Hated her Father. The book is so well written This was the only Cecelia Ahern book I was left with, and now that its over, I can't wait for her to write more.

It's definitely a GoodRead! So go ahead and grab the book because I'm sure you're going to love the experience with Life!

Happy Reading! View 1 comment. Jan 04, Asha Seth rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Are you kidding me? Shelves: Did I really rate it 1 star?

It is mere SHIT. All through the book, the female protagonist wait a minute, what was her name? Lucy or something.

To add to the misery, she keeps receiving appointment letters to have a meeting with her life. Now, it is actually her LIFE we are talking about.

So yes, she makes an appointment with her life who happens to be a man by the name Cosmo Brown. Really, Cosmo, eh??

And through half the book he is trying to gear up her life. Bring it back on track types. I wanted to cry, no yell, at her inane stupidity.

Ahern tries to put the hearts of her distressed readers to peace after around pages and starts to put pieces back together in the protagonists life for a so-called-happy-sappy-ending.

But, excuse me! Read it only if you have nothing, absolutely nothing better to do with your life.

View all 14 comments. May 22, Sharon Vander Meer rated it really liked it. I may have found my new favorite female author.

The one she is only slightly familiar with, she has creatively found a way around. As far as her bosses and coworkers are concerned she is qualified as an interpreter in five languages when she is in fact qualified in only four.

Her existence for the past two and one-half years is carefully built on a shaky framework of little lies that begin to crumble.

Lucy has enough in her life to make readers feel pretty good about their own. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone who likes a good story full of great characters and a few laughs.

Ahern writes about choices and how those choices can define who we are, or who we make ourselves out to be.

View all 4 comments. I struggled through this book from the beginning. It's not your usual fun chick-lit, which I'm disappointed about.

I want a chick-lit that makes me laugh, giggle, swoon, and giggle some more. With such a chick-lit-y cover in swirly gold writing, what's to say it doesn't contain excitement and fun?

But alas! I should have remembered the adage "Do not judge a book by its cover. Despite its colourful front cover full of promises, this book makes me wonder when it will end b I struggled through this book from the beginning.

Despite its colourful front cover full of promises, this book makes me wonder when it will end because it's just so boring. It's about a girl, Lucy, who is very messed up and in a deep rut in her life due to several little-turned-big lies she told starting 2 years 11 months and so-many days ago.

Now, I can see how that can happen, and the whole book reads like self-help for Lucy, courtesy of her Life yes, capital L , in the form of Cosmo who I imagine looks like a door-to-door salesman.

Unfortunately this is a long, dreary path to plough through and nothing exciting really happens.

It is an original plot, if nothing else, and Life being a solid person who can kick you in the ass metaphorically is an interesting spin on things.

If this is your thing, you might like it. And I don't like Lucy, I really wanted to give her a huge slap through most of the book.

I bet her Life wanted to give her a huge slap too. View all 5 comments. Oct 17, Beth rated it it was ok Shelves: bookcrossing , chicklit-sappy-light-or-pointless , fiction-general.

Wow, it saddens me to rate a book written by Cecelia Ahern so low, but it just wasn't that great : I used to be such a huge fan of hers, recommending her writing to many friends.

But her books have steadily gone downhill from there, and I think the common denominator is that only her first two books were sincere, realistic, and heartfelt.

The rest of the books al Wow, it saddens me to rate a book written by Cecelia Ahern so low, but it just wasn't that great : I used to be such a huge fan of hers, recommending her writing to many friends.

It's all just a bit weird. For me, it takes away some of the credibility when ther's too much 'magical', when the story focuses more on the fantastical element than the real interactions with real people in real situations.

The sincerity of the story diminishes a bit. I didn't like Lucy one bit, nor did I like her family or her friends.

I know that was the point, to not like Lucy and want her to improve, but the story just wasn't that compelling. The whole idea of your life being someone you could sit there and talk to and get help from was interesting, but not carried out well.

Didn't anyone else in the story think it was strange that her life was sitting there at the table having a conversation with everyone?

And if it was so common that it didn't make anyone go "Hmmm??? It just didn't work well for me. Sadly, I won't be recommending this to anyone, and I'm actually pretty upset that I paid full price for this as a new release in Europe, and lugged it all the way back home to the US it's huge.

I don't really think Ahern's books are my style, they're too Ahern-type depressing is a person who has most things people would be thankful for, yet who also creates drama out of situations they are in and whines about everything from the weather to their granola- I don't really think Ahern's books are my style, they're too Ahern-type depressing is a person who has most things people would be thankful for, yet who also creates drama out of situations they are in and whines about everything from the weather to their granola-bars and how they cant climb out of bed because they're sad.

View 2 comments. Nov 07, Jules rated it it was amazing. Yet another book I loved by Cecelia Ahern, who is fast becoming one of my favourite authors.

I love her quirky ideas for stories and the interesting characters she brings to life. The way she personified LIFE in this novel was wonderful.

Lucy was a funny character too, with all her "Okay, I lied" statements. Although this book was emotionally sad in places, overall this novel had me laughing more than any other book I've read.

Nobody has to be lonely. Everybody deserves to be happy. My thought while reading this book. Lucy Silchester thought that her life is fine.

She felt content. Until her life started to contact her. Lucy has become an antisocial, secretive from her friends and family after being dumped by her boyfriend almost three years ago.

Her life is a mess and the lies that she told them to cover the truth has become a big pile of lies that she cannot tell the truth without revealing the whole thing.

Ironically Nobody has to be lonely. Ironically, after all that, she finally able to tell her true feelings to a wrong number, a man whom she didn't know personally, a stranger.

Since everything she does reflected to her other half, her life is miserable as Lucy didn't care much about her own life.

So he set up a meeting with Lucy in order to rectify the mess. At first, Lucy denied everything but slowly she saw the errors of her way and started to see the right path with her life by her side.

The thing about Cecelia Ahern writing is, for me, is that you can relate to the main character's feeling.

It's like reading part of your life through the fiction. The feelings, the loneliness, even the denials.

You can feel that somehow 'she' was you. And their journey will become your journey too. May 03, Susan Buchanan rated it it was amazing.

I have liked all of Cecelia Ahern's books that I have read and have a few more still on my shelves to read.

I love how Life was a person and how what Lucy does in her life, affects Life's life. Often they seemed like an old, married couple.

I think we are all guilty of neglecting our lives now and then and the prospect of a physical person being there to steer us back on course was very welcome.

This book is really funny, but also has a message for us. A warm, easy read and one to lose yourself I have liked all of Cecelia Ahern's books that I have read and have a few more still on my shelves to read.

A warm, easy read and one to lose yourself in. If you don't smile and laugh during this book, there is something wrong with you. Apr 05, Danderma rated it liked it.

Cecelia Ahern is one of my favorite authors. Anyways ever since I read P. I miss reading it. Weird no? But then again she avoids the meeting.

She is too busy tangled with the mess that is her life to meet with her life in the flesh. So sweet, so subtle, and putting aside the magic you can see the analogy they are making!

Everyone can relate to it. I read it in two days because it was cannot-put-down good! Kudos to Cecelia for another great book.

Definitely going on my bookshelf. I was so over-excited when I received this for review, Cecelia Ahern is my all time favourite author and her first debut book PS, I Love You was the first novel I ever read and loved and it was the book that made me fall in love with reading.

Since then I have read every book she has ever written and loved all of them. I absolutely adore this book and I will read it again and again.

Lucy has become out of touch with her life, she hates her job, she hates meeting up with her family and friends and she would much rather stay home in her box-room apartment alone with her cat.

Ever since the love of her life left her to go travelling and make his own show it's like Lucy's life is on hold.

Then she actually meets her life. He is there to help her make the right decisions, stop lying to her friends and family and find happiness in the truth, after all the truth will set you free.

I absolutely loved this book. I found it a little strange at first with the whole meeting someone who is your life.

How can your life be a person? But then each of Cecelia's novels have a touch of magic in them but just a little so it is still a realistic book.

If anything this book is inspiration to anyone who has made a wrong decision and doesn't know how to put it right, for anyone who has been left by someone they love and don't know how to go on and for people who are at a standstill in their life and don't know how to get out of their rut.

Cecelia shows that you CAN still go on, nothing is impossible and you just have to tell the truth to those around you who love you and they can help.

There really isn't a bad word I can say about this book. It's definitely an inspirational story and shows no matter what is wrong in your life and no matter what struggles you face you can get through it.

I loved the character, Cecelia has a great gift of writing the most amazing characters and Lucy is one of those.

She's the character you can empathise with, you can see what she is going through you can feel everything she feels whether it is love, fear, sadness or happiness.

I am so glad I got this for review and it has made me realise again how much I love Cecelia's books, her writing is exceptional and just draws you in no matter how strange the story may seem.

She makes you fall in love with her characters and the storyline. All of her book are ones I will read again and again.

Another amazing book by an exceptional author and I can't wait to see what she comes up with next. Nov 23, Suad Shamma rated it it was amazing Shelves: own , , favourites.

You've lost your muchness. I always know I'm reading a good book when I start reading extra fast, trying so hard not to skip words, or lines, or even pages because I'm dying to know what happens next.

But then when I'm done, I'm left feeling bereft and sad, because I wanted it to go on for much longer. I can very gladly say that Ceceli 'You used to be much more I can very gladly say that Cecelia Ahern is back.

Her creativity, her ideas and her imagination are the things that attracted me most about her books.

It has never taken me longer than a day to finish an Ahern book, and once I discovered her, I made sure I read every single book she ever wrote.

But then came "The Book of Tomorrow", and not to say it wasn't good, but it just wasn't up to par. I finished it feeling slightly disappointed, and not as overwhelmed or thoughtful as her books usually left me.

And then I read "Girl in the Mirror", and that was more than just a disappointment, it was For a minute, I allowed myself to think that Ahern has finally run out of ideas, and has lost her sparkle.

This book proved me wrong - Lucy is a completely ordinary girl, who goes about living her life like any normal person would.

She's had her problems, be it romantic, professional or family-related. She tries dealing with them the only way she could - denial.

Denial usually leads to lying, the phrase that is as old as time becomes common - "I'm fine", that typical answer to the question "What's wrong?

Lucy was fine, and there was nothing wrong with her - so her Life decides to take things into his own hands. He stalks her, harasses her, throws curve-balls at her, blackmails her and threatens her until she finally accedes to his 'strategy' as it were.

Lucy and her journey with Life is a very memorable, nostalgic one - as it makes every reader want to reflect on their own lives.

However, it is also quite the hilarious journey, as I had to muffle my laughter countless times while I stayed up all night reading it.

I honestly cannot wait for the next Cecelia Ahern novel to find out what her next wild idea put in ordinary, everyday context will be!

She always makes me think - why the hell have I not thought of that before? Even though, we ALL probably have.

Welcome back Cecelia, I definitely had the time of my life reading this novel. Mar 16, Jim rated it really liked it.

Think "I Heart Huckabees". I was apprehensive that I wasn't going to enjoy this, but it was actually interesting and mostly funny.

I read the Uncorrected Proof edition, so I'm pretty sure some of the stuff that bothered me about the writing style super long paragraphs, single quotes, several grammatical errors won't be around in the final edition.

I also felt like most of Chapters 1 - 4 could have either been edited out, or rearranged. The first family meeting was so boring to me that I nearly gave up reading.

But then Life shows up and things start getting fun. Lucy's lies to herself at first and then to others begin to be revealed for what they are, and the trickle down consequences keep smacking her in the face.

Ahern has fun with being able to pull double-meanings out of sentences since in this story "Life" is both a thing and a person.

So saying something like the the title of the book "The Time Of My Life" can mean what you would normally expect, or it can be read more like "The Time of Cosmo Brown".

Or perhaps something like "Life has a funny way of changing" can mean that life is unpredictable, or it can mean that a man named Life looks funny when he changes his clothes.

You get the idea. It wasn't quite prominent enough that it annoyed me, but whenever Life was around, symbolism was always skirting around the edges of the paragraph.

Someone likes You but not your life, or perhaps vice versa. You want one thing, but your life demands another. Again, I think Ahern makes it clever enough that you don't necessarily notice the hidden message until after it happens.

I kept drawing parallels to The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle which is constantly in the running for my favorite book.

Ahern anthropomorphized a concept into a character, which reminded me a lot of what Murakami likes to do. I generally enjoy this type of plot, and I enjoyed it here.

It didn't feel borrowed, just similar. Ahern never feels the need to explain why having Life as a physical person doesn't seem completely crazy to anyone.

Still, not going into the technicalities of this doesn't detract from the story. As a result, the reader also must accept this fact as normal and not dwell on it, but instead focus on Lucy's slow realization of what her Life truly is.

There were a few parts of the plot that I had some problems with mainly the "big" lie , but they'd be too spoiler-ish to go into here.

All in all though, a fun read. Mar 01, Obsidian rated it did not like it Shelves: amazon-vine-program. I read "P. I Love You" several years ago.

Though I really didn't like all aspects of the novel I did think it showed flashes of brilliance by Ms. Reading her newest novel, "The Time of My Life" I just ended up feeling nothing but disappointment at an opportunity lost with this novel.

Lucy Silchester, the main protagonist is living in a small apartment with her cat, working a job she hates.

Lucy keeps getting appointments for her to meet with her 'Life' and is doing her level best to avo I read "P.

Lucy keeps getting appointments for her to meet with her 'Life' and is doing her level best to avoid the appointment so she doesn't have to see what a mess she has turned her 'Life' into since she and her ex-boyfriend parted ways and she lost a high-paying job.

I loved the overall idea of this novel. A person has a physical form of their 'Life. However, the novel really doesn't work when you factor in how unpleasant Lucy as a character was throughout this story.

Lucy has no redeeming qualities at all. She lies, which maybe would not have been an issue except as a reader you have to read paragraphs of her lies and then she says to you, "that was a total lie.

Besides the fact that Lucy lies, we quickly find out that she is a horrible friend, sister, daughter, and co-worker. I was still perplexed by the fact that Lucy has any friends at all considering how she behaved towards everyone.

When we get Lucy interacting with her 'Life' things at least become interesting since her 'Life' won't let her get away with half-truths or out right lies.

Frankly I was more interested in the whole 'Life' concept more than anything that was going on with Lucy and would have happily read more about that.

After we get through all of this we then have Lucy trying to face the truth of her 'Life' and try to fix it, however, when we get to the ending I felt as if a lot of things with Lucy were left unresolved.

I do not recommend this novel. Please note that I received this novel via the Amazon Vine Program. Jan 02, Cri PaperbacksandPizza rated it it was amazing Shelves: contemporary , romance , to-buy , favorites , fantasy , stand-alone , young-adult , 5-stars.

Feb 12, Nessa rated it really liked it. What a truly delightful and heartfelt read. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm having a tough time with it because: 1 Lucy is an incredibly unlikable character.

She has virtually no redeeming qualities, in my opinion. She's a pathological liar even as she narrates, which is really irritating -- she'll go on about some aspect of her life, and then say "Okay, I lied," and that aspect of the story changes entirely.

What is the point? Waste of word count. Why is there a "Life" hotline that someone can call to set up a meeting with "Life" and figure out why theirs is such a mess?

Why is Lucy's family unsurprised that "Life" has set up an appointment with her? How does he know so much about her?

Why isn't this creepy AF to her? But I don't care enough to wait it out. The fact that this plot is so bizarre is enough to make me say "nothing you write now will make this better for me".

I haven't read Cecilia Ahern in years, and I liked the two books of hers that I'd previously read. I'm finding that it's a chore to turn on my audiobook, so I'm done.

I hate when that happens. But time to move on. Jul 29, Eyeceye rated it really liked it. I was initially sceptical when I picked up this book as I wasn't that crazy about PS I love you, however I really loved this book!

I found it to be both heart-warming and uplifting. Initially, I didn't like Lucy, however as I warmed to the theme of the story I really warmed to Lucy- she is a bit of a lost and lonely soul struggling to come to terms with the downward turn her life has taken over the last couple of years.

But she is so in denial about being miserably stuck in a rut, she doesn't co I was initially sceptical when I picked up this book as I wasn't that crazy about PS I love you, however I really loved this book!

But she is so in denial about being miserably stuck in a rut, she doesn't consciously realise it- that is, until her Life, who in Ahern's book is an actual human being, comes knocking to request a meeting with her.

I found it touching as Lucy and her Life come to terms with her past, as Lucy admits to the lies she has told to cover her failures, as she faces the ex boyfriend who dumped her and left her heartbroken and as she learns to face her life again and to truly love it.

All this is done with great humour and avoiding over the top sentimentality, which I thought was very well-done. The only thing I would say is- why does Lucy agree to the lie about her boyfriend?

I still can't really accept the explanation Ahern offers, even when I decided to just suspend my annoyance for the sake of enjoying the ending of the book, it still niggled at me a bit.

Sad news about her neighbor Claire, a breakup between workaholic father Samuel and 'neglected' mother-housewife Sheila make Lucy die reconsider her own priorities.

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So why is it that, of all the miserable, poor, distraught people in the world, it is she who receives a letter asking her to fix an appointment with Life?

The letter -after being peed on by her illegally owned cat- lies ignored, like the rest of the things in her Life.

She has a job she doesn't love. She has a family she actually likes to visit- if held at gun point. She manages to divide her time between helping her friends, working on her car whom she calls Sebastian and feeding her cat.

She's so busy that she leaves every gathering, every meeting before it ends. Every work before it's finished. But there's one thing she can not leave unfinished or unattended.

And that is her Life. She needs to spend time with it. Make it happy. Because even if you give up on your Life, your Life doesn't.

It stays there, the torn being, begging you to fix it. And Lucy, as much as she's unwilling, is about to do just that.

Fix her Life. I absolutely loved the narrative! Lucy has a cat and she's so funny! Lucy, not the cat. She named the cat Mr.

Pan but sometimes she calls her Hillary, Julia or Mary. The book, not the cat. Loved her Life. Hated her Father.

The book is so well written This was the only Cecelia Ahern book I was left with, and now that its over, I can't wait for her to write more.

It's definitely a GoodRead! So go ahead and grab the book because I'm sure you're going to love the experience with Life!

Happy Reading! View 1 comment. Jan 04, Asha Seth rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Are you kidding me? Shelves: Did I really rate it 1 star?

It is mere SHIT. All through the book, the female protagonist wait a minute, what was her name? Lucy or something.

To add to the misery, she keeps receiving appointment letters to have a meeting with her life. Now, it is actually her LIFE we are talking about.

So yes, she makes an appointment with her life who happens to be a man by the name Cosmo Brown. Really, Cosmo, eh??

And through half the book he is trying to gear up her life. Bring it back on track types. I wanted to cry, no yell, at her inane stupidity.

Ahern tries to put the hearts of her distressed readers to peace after around pages and starts to put pieces back together in the protagonists life for a so-called-happy-sappy-ending.

But, excuse me! Read it only if you have nothing, absolutely nothing better to do with your life. View all 14 comments. May 22, Sharon Vander Meer rated it really liked it.

I may have found my new favorite female author. The one she is only slightly familiar with, she has creatively found a way around.

As far as her bosses and coworkers are concerned she is qualified as an interpreter in five languages when she is in fact qualified in only four.

Her existence for the past two and one-half years is carefully built on a shaky framework of little lies that begin to crumble.

Lucy has enough in her life to make readers feel pretty good about their own. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone who likes a good story full of great characters and a few laughs.

Ahern writes about choices and how those choices can define who we are, or who we make ourselves out to be.

View all 4 comments. I struggled through this book from the beginning. It's not your usual fun chick-lit, which I'm disappointed about.

I want a chick-lit that makes me laugh, giggle, swoon, and giggle some more. With such a chick-lit-y cover in swirly gold writing, what's to say it doesn't contain excitement and fun?

But alas! I should have remembered the adage "Do not judge a book by its cover. Despite its colourful front cover full of promises, this book makes me wonder when it will end b I struggled through this book from the beginning.

Despite its colourful front cover full of promises, this book makes me wonder when it will end because it's just so boring.

It's about a girl, Lucy, who is very messed up and in a deep rut in her life due to several little-turned-big lies she told starting 2 years 11 months and so-many days ago.

Now, I can see how that can happen, and the whole book reads like self-help for Lucy, courtesy of her Life yes, capital L , in the form of Cosmo who I imagine looks like a door-to-door salesman.

Unfortunately this is a long, dreary path to plough through and nothing exciting really happens. It is an original plot, if nothing else, and Life being a solid person who can kick you in the ass metaphorically is an interesting spin on things.

If this is your thing, you might like it. And I don't like Lucy, I really wanted to give her a huge slap through most of the book.

I bet her Life wanted to give her a huge slap too. View all 5 comments. Oct 17, Beth rated it it was ok Shelves: bookcrossing , chicklit-sappy-light-or-pointless , fiction-general.

Wow, it saddens me to rate a book written by Cecelia Ahern so low, but it just wasn't that great : I used to be such a huge fan of hers, recommending her writing to many friends.

But her books have steadily gone downhill from there, and I think the common denominator is that only her first two books were sincere, realistic, and heartfelt.

The rest of the books al Wow, it saddens me to rate a book written by Cecelia Ahern so low, but it just wasn't that great : I used to be such a huge fan of hers, recommending her writing to many friends.

It's all just a bit weird. For me, it takes away some of the credibility when ther's too much 'magical', when the story focuses more on the fantastical element than the real interactions with real people in real situations.

The sincerity of the story diminishes a bit. I didn't like Lucy one bit, nor did I like her family or her friends.

I know that was the point, to not like Lucy and want her to improve, but the story just wasn't that compelling. The whole idea of your life being someone you could sit there and talk to and get help from was interesting, but not carried out well.

Didn't anyone else in the story think it was strange that her life was sitting there at the table having a conversation with everyone? And if it was so common that it didn't make anyone go "Hmmm???

It just didn't work well for me. Sadly, I won't be recommending this to anyone, and I'm actually pretty upset that I paid full price for this as a new release in Europe, and lugged it all the way back home to the US it's huge.

I don't really think Ahern's books are my style, they're too Ahern-type depressing is a person who has most things people would be thankful for, yet who also creates drama out of situations they are in and whines about everything from the weather to their granola- I don't really think Ahern's books are my style, they're too Ahern-type depressing is a person who has most things people would be thankful for, yet who also creates drama out of situations they are in and whines about everything from the weather to their granola-bars and how they cant climb out of bed because they're sad.

View 2 comments. Nov 07, Jules rated it it was amazing. Yet another book I loved by Cecelia Ahern, who is fast becoming one of my favourite authors.

I love her quirky ideas for stories and the interesting characters she brings to life. The way she personified LIFE in this novel was wonderful.

Lucy was a funny character too, with all her "Okay, I lied" statements. Although this book was emotionally sad in places, overall this novel had me laughing more than any other book I've read.

Nobody has to be lonely. Everybody deserves to be happy. My thought while reading this book. Lucy Silchester thought that her life is fine.

She felt content. Until her life started to contact her. Lucy has become an antisocial, secretive from her friends and family after being dumped by her boyfriend almost three years ago.

Her life is a mess and the lies that she told them to cover the truth has become a big pile of lies that she cannot tell the truth without revealing the whole thing.

Ironically Nobody has to be lonely. Ironically, after all that, she finally able to tell her true feelings to a wrong number, a man whom she didn't know personally, a stranger.

Since everything she does reflected to her other half, her life is miserable as Lucy didn't care much about her own life. So he set up a meeting with Lucy in order to rectify the mess.

At first, Lucy denied everything but slowly she saw the errors of her way and started to see the right path with her life by her side. The thing about Cecelia Ahern writing is, for me, is that you can relate to the main character's feeling.

It's like reading part of your life through the fiction. The feelings, the loneliness, even the denials. You can feel that somehow 'she' was you.

And their journey will become your journey too. May 03, Susan Buchanan rated it it was amazing.

I have liked all of Cecelia Ahern's books that I have read and have a few more still on my shelves to read. I love how Life was a person and how what Lucy does in her life, affects Life's life.

Often they seemed like an old, married couple. I think we are all guilty of neglecting our lives now and then and the prospect of a physical person being there to steer us back on course was very welcome.

This book is really funny, but also has a message for us. A warm, easy read and one to lose yourself I have liked all of Cecelia Ahern's books that I have read and have a few more still on my shelves to read.

A warm, easy read and one to lose yourself in. If you don't smile and laugh during this book, there is something wrong with you.

Apr 05, Danderma rated it liked it. Cecelia Ahern is one of my favorite authors. Anyways ever since I read P.

I miss reading it. Weird no? But then again she avoids the meeting. She is too busy tangled with the mess that is her life to meet with her life in the flesh.

So sweet, so subtle, and putting aside the magic you can see the analogy they are making! Everyone can relate to it. I read it in two days because it was cannot-put-down good!

Kudos to Cecelia for another great book. Definitely going on my bookshelf. I was so over-excited when I received this for review, Cecelia Ahern is my all time favourite author and her first debut book PS, I Love You was the first novel I ever read and loved and it was the book that made me fall in love with reading.

Since then I have read every book she has ever written and loved all of them. I absolutely adore this book and I will read it again and again.

Lucy has become out of touch with her life, she hates her job, she hates meeting up with her family and friends and she would much rather stay home in her box-room apartment alone with her cat.

Ever since the love of her life left her to go travelling and make his own show it's like Lucy's life is on hold.

Then she actually meets her life. He is there to help her make the right decisions, stop lying to her friends and family and find happiness in the truth, after all the truth will set you free.

I absolutely loved this book. I found it a little strange at first with the whole meeting someone who is your life.

How can your life be a person? But then each of Cecelia's novels have a touch of magic in them but just a little so it is still a realistic book.

If anything this book is inspiration to anyone who has made a wrong decision and doesn't know how to put it right, for anyone who has been left by someone they love and don't know how to go on and for people who are at a standstill in their life and don't know how to get out of their rut.

Cecelia shows that you CAN still go on, nothing is impossible and you just have to tell the truth to those around you who love you and they can help.

There really isn't a bad word I can say about this book. It's definitely an inspirational story and shows no matter what is wrong in your life and no matter what struggles you face you can get through it.

I loved the character, Cecelia has a great gift of writing the most amazing characters and Lucy is one of those.

She's the character you can empathise with, you can see what she is going through you can feel everything she feels whether it is love, fear, sadness or happiness.

I am so glad I got this for review and it has made me realise again how much I love Cecelia's books, her writing is exceptional and just draws you in no matter how strange the story may seem.

She makes you fall in love with her characters and the storyline. All of her book are ones I will read again and again. Another amazing book by an exceptional author and I can't wait to see what she comes up with next.

Nov 23, Suad Shamma rated it it was amazing Shelves: own , , favourites. You've lost your muchness.

I always know I'm reading a good book when I start reading extra fast, trying so hard not to skip words, or lines, or even pages because I'm dying to know what happens next.

But then when I'm done, I'm left feeling bereft and sad, because I wanted it to go on for much longer. I can very gladly say that Ceceli 'You used to be much more I can very gladly say that Cecelia Ahern is back.

Her creativity, her ideas and her imagination are the things that attracted me most about her books.

It has never taken me longer than a day to finish an Ahern book, and once I discovered her, I made sure I read every single book she ever wrote.

But then came "The Book of Tomorrow", and not to say it wasn't good, but it just wasn't up to par. I finished it feeling slightly disappointed, and not as overwhelmed or thoughtful as her books usually left me.

And then I read "Girl in the Mirror", and that was more than just a disappointment, it was For a minute, I allowed myself to think that Ahern has finally run out of ideas, and has lost her sparkle.

This book proved me wrong - Lucy is a completely ordinary girl, who goes about living her life like any normal person would.

She's had her problems, be it romantic, professional or family-related. She tries dealing with them the only way she could - denial.

Denial usually leads to lying, the phrase that is as old as time becomes common - "I'm fine", that typical answer to the question "What's wrong?

Lucy was fine, and there was nothing wrong with her - so her Life decides to take things into his own hands. He stalks her, harasses her, throws curve-balls at her, blackmails her and threatens her until she finally accedes to his 'strategy' as it were.

Lucy and her journey with Life is a very memorable, nostalgic one - as it makes every reader want to reflect on their own lives.

However, it is also quite the hilarious journey, as I had to muffle my laughter countless times while I stayed up all night reading it. I honestly cannot wait for the next Cecelia Ahern novel to find out what her next wild idea put in ordinary, everyday context will be!

She always makes me think - why the hell have I not thought of that before? Even though, we ALL probably have.

Welcome back Cecelia, I definitely had the time of my life reading this novel. Mar 16, Jim rated it really liked it. Think "I Heart Huckabees".

I was apprehensive that I wasn't going to enjoy this, but it was actually interesting and mostly funny.

I read the Uncorrected Proof edition, so I'm pretty sure some of the stuff that bothered me about the writing style super long paragraphs, single quotes, several grammatical errors won't be around in the final edition.

I also felt like most of Chapters 1 - 4 could have either been edited out, or rearranged. The first family meeting was so boring to me that I nearly gave up reading.

But then Life shows up and things start getting fun. Lucy's lies to herself at first and then to others begin to be revealed for what they are, and the trickle down consequences keep smacking her in the face.

Ahern has fun with being able to pull double-meanings out of sentences since in this story "Life" is both a thing and a person. So saying something like the the title of the book "The Time Of My Life" can mean what you would normally expect, or it can be read more like "The Time of Cosmo Brown".

Or perhaps something like "Life has a funny way of changing" can mean that life is unpredictable, or it can mean that a man named Life looks funny when he changes his clothes.

You get the idea. It wasn't quite prominent enough that it annoyed me, but whenever Life was around, symbolism was always skirting around the edges of the paragraph.

Someone likes You but not your life, or perhaps vice versa. You want one thing, but your life demands another. Again, I think Ahern makes it clever enough that you don't necessarily notice the hidden message until after it happens.

I kept drawing parallels to The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle which is constantly in the running for my favorite book. Ahern anthropomorphized a concept into a character, which reminded me a lot of what Murakami likes to do.

I generally enjoy this type of plot, and I enjoyed it here. It didn't feel borrowed, just similar. Ahern never feels the need to explain why having Life as a physical person doesn't seem completely crazy to anyone.

Still, not going into the technicalities of this doesn't detract from the story. As a result, the reader also must accept this fact as normal and not dwell on it, but instead focus on Lucy's slow realization of what her Life truly is.

There were a few parts of the plot that I had some problems with mainly the "big" lie , but they'd be too spoiler-ish to go into here.

All in all though, a fun read. Mar 01, Obsidian rated it did not like it Shelves: amazon-vine-program. I read "P.

I Love You" several years ago. Though I really didn't like all aspects of the novel I did think it showed flashes of brilliance by Ms. Reading her newest novel, "The Time of My Life" I just ended up feeling nothing but disappointment at an opportunity lost with this novel.

Lucy Silchester, the main protagonist is living in a small apartment with her cat, working a job she hates. Lucy keeps getting appointments for her to meet with her 'Life' and is doing her level best to avo I read "P.

Lucy keeps getting appointments for her to meet with her 'Life' and is doing her level best to avoid the appointment so she doesn't have to see what a mess she has turned her 'Life' into since she and her ex-boyfriend parted ways and she lost a high-paying job.

I loved the overall idea of this novel. A person has a physical form of their 'Life. However, the novel really doesn't work when you factor in how unpleasant Lucy as a character was throughout this story.

Lucy has no redeeming qualities at all. She lies, which maybe would not have been an issue except as a reader you have to read paragraphs of her lies and then she says to you, "that was a total lie.

Besides the fact that Lucy lies, we quickly find out that she is a horrible friend, sister, daughter, and co-worker.

I was still perplexed by the fact that Lucy has any friends at all considering how she behaved towards everyone.

When we get Lucy interacting with her 'Life' things at least become interesting since her 'Life' won't let her get away with half-truths or out right lies.

Frankly I was more interested in the whole 'Life' concept more than anything that was going on with Lucy and would have happily read more about that.

After we get through all of this we then have Lucy trying to face the truth of her 'Life' and try to fix it, however, when we get to the ending I felt as if a lot of things with Lucy were left unresolved.

I do not recommend this novel. Please note that I received this novel via the Amazon Vine Program. Jan 02, Cri PaperbacksandPizza rated it it was amazing Shelves: contemporary , romance , to-buy , favorites , fantasy , stand-alone , young-adult , 5-stars.

Feb 12, Nessa rated it really liked it. What a truly delightful and heartfelt read. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm having a tough time with it because: 1 Lucy is an incredibly unlikable character.

She has virtually no redeeming qualities, in my opinion. She's a pathological liar even as she narrates, which is really irritating -- she'll go on about some aspect of her life, and then say "Okay, I lied," and that aspect of the story changes entirely.

What is the point? Angrily Lucy meets critical sender Cosmo, who urges her to set priorities among colleagues, family, friends and truth to correct her derailed life, which she finds hard to disprove by showing happiness.

Lying to boss Edna costs her job. Desperate hitting rock bottom, she attempt to win successful Blake back.

Her protective brother, attorney Riley, and Cosmo rather favor attractive carpet cleaner and neighborhood urchins football 'coach' Don Lockwood, who consents, yet this fails as she retracts despite good sex while he works in her apartment.

Sad news about her neighbor Claire, a breakup between workaholic father Samuel and 'neglected' mother-housewife Sheila make Lucy die reconsider her own priorities.

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