Book Review: PS. I love you by Cecelia Ahern

PS. I love you by Cecelia Ahern

PS. I love you by Cecelia Ahern

Da story is about Holly who lost her love. Gerry, her husband, best friend, family and everything. How hard ett es for Holly to cope with that and how Gerry helped Holly after death with this.

Okay. So first Ov Ol let me say. This book was a journey to me. I went through different moods and different views about this book until last.

When I started this book I was expecting much. In da beginning da narrative felt so exaggerated. I actually skipped PAGES to reach da end (this happened in ‘girls in da city documentary made by Declan’ chapters). But eventually da story got better. Specially when ett focused on Holly. And well! Holly and Gerry.

Da family scenes were good and I enjoyed reading da conversations but at some places they felt unneeded. Overall it’s a good book. Worth try. Da only thing is that, da story could be summed up in less pages. I mean 500+ es a LOT to me.

I really felt connected to some phrases in this book. Da end was really good and at last I’m satisfied that eventually I enjoyed reading ett and finished this one.

Excerpted from the story:

Finding someone you love and who loves you back is a wonderful, wonderful feeling. But finding a true soul mate is an even better feeling. A soul mate is someone who understands you like no other, loves you like no other, will be there for you for ever, no matter what. They say that nothing lasts for ever, but I am a firm believer in the fact that for some, love lives on even after they’re gone.

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4 thoughts on “Book Review: PS. I love you by Cecelia Ahern

  1. There’s a movie on this book, the name seemed really familiar and as I read the review I flashbacked, if it’s the right word, memories of the movie… book would me more interesting I suppose, cause I remember a book I read named Gautam, brilliant book if you ask me, but the movie made on it was missing the entire idea…

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