Thank you to William Morrow and Library Thing for a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
The New York Times bestselling author Cecelia Ahern returns with, One Hundred Names.
Irish Reporter Kitty Logan has been in turmoil lately over a recent story. This story created a scandal when investigation physical education teacher Colin Maguire. The charge sexually abusing two of his students. He might have also fathering one child, on the show Thirty Minutes. The results of the story leaving both of their careers in jeopardy. Her Boss convinces Kitty to write a different kind of story. One that she is inspired to write the one story that she has always wanted to write. She discovers a brown envelope with the list of one hundred names. Who could Kitty possibly meet? What do these names link to? Will Colin ever forgive Kitty for the damage she’s caused?
One Hundred Names is a novel that I found enjoyable from beginning to end. The conflict between the two main characters Kitty and Colin is heart breaking. The tone is delivered with honesty and dramatic flair to keep the reader interested in the story. The use of the names propels the readers to want to read more of Kitty’s story. The reader will be satisfied at the conclusion of the story.
A big thank you to Cecelia Ahern for presenting such a wonderful novel!