Lyrebird by Cecelia Ahern
Review – 1/5 stars
When you eagerly wait for a book and it turns out to be disappointing. You should know, I am a huge fan of Cecelia Ahern’s books. When I received my copy, I was smitten with the beautiful cover and very excited to start the Lyrebird journey.
The book is about the life of Laura who is living isolated among the mountains in a small cottage of the town. She mimics. From the coffee machine to the melody of birds, she can mimic each and every sound perfectly. When a documentary team of Bo, Solomon, and Rachel discover her talents, she becomes the subject of their documentary film. The story enlarges as Laura’s secrets are revealed and how the public reacts to her talents.
Personally, I refuse to believe that Cecelia Ahern has written this book. I haven’t liked plenty of her book storylines, but her writing has always been beautiful. This book isn’t. It’s cringeworthy, irritating and by far her worst. I am hugely disappointed. All of the characters were annoying. Especially, horny Solomon. I am used to falling in love with the male leads of Cecelia’s books. Bo’s character which I am sure was invented to gather hate, was the only one I liked. I couldn’t even read a dialogue without wanting to close the book. I wouldn’t recommend this book. May she write better novels in the coming years.