Docket Page 6 – One Hundred Names by Cecelia Ahern

CHARGE (What was the author trying to say?): “My novels focus on the human spirit, people who have endured and who find strength in the darkest of moments, who become a version of themselves that they never believed they could be.”

FACTS: Fascinating! A journalists undertakes the last story planned by her late editor/mentor/friend. Armed with a list of 100 names, Kitty scrambles to find the story that links them together, as she fights to recover from a staggering libel judgment.

VERDICT (Was the author successful?): Guilty, as charged. Wonderful story of redemption and the inherent goodness of people.

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