One Hundred Names One Hundred Names

Nimra Adnan | Class X-C | Beaconhouse Defence Campus Karachi

Author: Cecelia Ahern

Review: If you are looking for a novel with hope and inspiration then you have reached your destination. One Hundred Names by Cecelia Ahern is a story of a journalist names Katherine Logan. Katherine starts out as a successful and brilliant journalist until one unfortunate day, a scandal involving her starts the worst time of her life.

She becomes jobless, friendless and scared to step into her own house as people treat her like a criminal. Her life gets worse as her only hope, her best friend, tragically dies. Her friend leaves behind a list containing a hundred names that Katherine has never heard of before. So, Katherine decides to use her journalism skills to unlock the mystery of that list of names.

As she goes down the list, Katherine meets people who are heroes and simply delightful in their own special ways. This story shows how people’s lives are filled with uncertainties and how they could lose all the things they love in the matter of a single day. This book is a must-read, with an eye-opening message of having trust and hope and that sometimes your heart can be changed by the most unexpected people – people you may have never even met before.