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Sam's Letters to Jennifer - James Patterson

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Author: James Patterson / Format: Paperback / Date of publication: 20 June 2005 / Genre: Modern & Contemporary Fiction / Publisher: Headline Publishing Group / Title: Sam's Letters to Jennifer / ISBN 13: 9780755305742 / ISBN 10: 0755305742

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      13.08.2009 12:24
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      For people who like to drift away into a nice place when reading.

      Fabulous read. Not James Patterson' usual style but I found this a good holiday read. This book drew me in, most of it was predictable to a certain degree throughout the chapters but that is a good thing for me. I like books that I can read and don't have to think too much about what's happening and who's who etc. Plenty of detail, sad parts, happy parts, exciting parts, laugh out loud parts. Overall a pleasing read. I did not want to put this down and could relate to the relationships of the characters. Beautiful cover design and my hard back copy is going no where as I will read it again sometime. I don't want to give too much away about the story line as it will spoil it but here's a bit of an overview.

      Jenifer has a close relationship with her Grandmother (Sam) the story line is very sweet and through the letters Sam writes to her granddaughter, she finds out a lot about her and her relationship with her grandfather. The letters also help Sam move on from a sad part in her life which is lovely to read about. It's both a sad and happy ending but I don't think I should give anything else away. I've read PS I love you and it's similar but more grown up and not so girly.

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