PS, I Love You - Cecelia Ahern Reviews
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Newest Review: ... captivated me from the beginning! The movie did not do much for me and found it difficult to connect with the characters but ... more
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by - written on 19/01/08 (Very useful, 673 readings)
I watched the film P.S. I Love You the other week and loved it so much that I immediately went onto Ebay and bought the book (at a bargain price of £3.26, RRP £6.99). Apparently the book is an "International Bestseller", and it's not hard to see why. If you enjoy a good romantic bit of escapism, this is the book to read. I won't go into too much detail about the plot as firstly you can read the blurb etc for yourself (try www.amazon.co.uk) , and secondly if I told you the plot then you wouldn't read the book and I really think you ought to! ~ Plot ~ The plot of the story is very moving and had me in tears the whole way ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/07 (Very useful, 343 readings)
I was led to seek out this book after reading a review about it. I thought the book sounded interesting and decided to read it myself. Searching out the book via my beloved book swapping site, it arrived not too much later, and I wasted no time in settling down to read it. The book is set in Dublin, based around the main character Holly. She is just about to turn thirty and is happily married to Gerry. Unfortunately straight away in the book we learn that Gerry has died of a brain tumour. This sets the trend for the book. It's definitely marketed towards the female generation, tugging at those heart strings and I will warn you that if you are in any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/02/08 (Useful, 93 readings)
My mum was reading this book on holiday and I could not wait until she was finished with it so that I could have a read! It didn't take her too long to get through the paper-back so I knew it must have been a bit of a page turner! If my mum gets bored with a book, she will abandon it half way through and move on to something better! I knew this was Ceclia Aherns (the Irish Presidents' daughter) first book so I was excited to see what it was going to be like. The book had reached bestseller #1 status in Ireland and remained on the top spot for 19 weeks. Quite an achievement for a young first-time writer! The cover of the book is extremely girly ... Read the complete review
by private - written on 25/12/07
I seen the movie,and I posted how I felt on one of butlers girly sites and I dont think they like it very much.I was only saying How I felt.Im over 30yearsold so im not a kid.I am female and I was one of butlers fans.The movie didnt do it for me.I think butler and swank are great actors.I loved butler in 300.And swank she has oscars for a reason.I had joined one of butlers fan sites and posted HOW I FELT about the film.And I think I upset some people.I think you should respect all of your fans opinoins.Take the good with the bad.Watch the note book and thenh go see P.S. I love you,and you make the call fan or not.What I have found out is if you dodnt think all of butlers Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/08 (Useful, 39 readings)
Ps I love you is written by Cecelia Ahern (the Irish prime ministers youngest daughter). It is her first novel and was one of the biggest selling debut novels of 2004 and became a number one best seller. The story is about a young woman trying to rebuild her life after her husbands death through cancer with the help of the letters he left her. The husband had left his wife 12 letters for her to open, one for every month for the 1st year after his death. Each letter contained a task for her to do starting with something very simple for the 1st month progressing to something larger each month that followed until on the 12th month it included dating again. ... Read the complete review
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