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Publisher's Summary

Two powerful and unforgettable stories from the number-one best-selling author.

Girl in the Mirror
Lila knows how lucky she is to have found the man of her dreams. But when a secret from her family's past comes to light on her wedding day, her destiny changes in the most unexpected of ways….

The Memory Maker
They say you never forget your first love. But what happens when those cherished memories start to fade? Some people would do anything to hold on to the past and, for one heartbroken man, that means finding a way to relive those precious moments….

©2011 Cecelia Ahern (P)2011 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic Reviews

“A sweet, life-affirming tale.” (Marie Claire)

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Different from the other Cecelia Ahern books

I picked up this book thinking it contained short stories written in Cecelia Ahern's usual style. These stories were very different.

Girl in the mirror:
The beginning was eerie, bonechilling, and it had me hooked. However, the middle section was much less interesting, and the ending was just boring. This would have been a much better book if she had ended the book sooner, and managed to keep the extremely eerie feeling throughout the whole story. However, I did feel for the characters and wanted to find out how the story ended.

The memory maker:
This was more of a confusing story in that it switched between past and present and it sometimes took some time to realize the author had switched viewpoints again. This story was kind of boring and unstructured.