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P. S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern Book Review


P. S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern Book Review

P. S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern Book Review 

P. S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern this book took me quite a while to read not because it was bad but it just was a little slow for me but basically before I started this through this review it'll be spoiler free and as well if you're new to my book reviews or just newer fresher 

I read my books in different categories plot characters cover suspense and overall in terms of reading again one out of five for not so soon and five to five very soon so basically this book if you don't know there's actually a film that is based off the book that came I think 2004 I'm not mistaken but based 

this book centers around a girl named Holly and her childhood sweetheart Jerry like they've been inseparable and suddenly he falls ill and dies and basically she is obviously devastated because it is her best friend and her husband and all that and Jerry actually assigned like wrote all these letters out one for each month I always had like the thing PS I love you and the little guy lines to get Holly's life back on track after he is departed 

So this book is based on the year following not year but I think it's ten months following I think it's February 2 or February or March 2 well I guess it's a year actually cuz he didn't die till yeah never mind 

But anyway it's a big fraction the year and you got to see Holly every month to take his advice and go do stuff of it so basically plot I gave it a 3 out of 5 now this plot wasn't bad just like 

I feel like it's star in the middle like we didn't get too much of Jerry like we got flashbacks and stuff and then the end I felt like it stopped in the middle of her story like I felt like it was very stop and go in the middle but the things I did like about this book 

I liked how every month there was something she was focused on so it wasn't just her grieving the whole time it was her like putting her life back together which I thought was really good and 

I really inspiring I really liked all it kind of like the events that happen I just found it was a bit slow that's why I'd give it a three out of five I just felt and also liked the ending the middle thing so that's why but for the most part really didn't enjoy the plot and I'm excited to see the movie 

I haven't seen all the movie I've seen bits and pieces but my copy of it should be in sometime this week I ordered a while ago but like it was one of those copies from Amazon where it takes forever to get in because it's I don't know what's happening with it but it should be in this week apparently 

I'm excited to view the film characters I actually give a 4 point 5 to 5 I really liked the characters I really liked Cecilia characters in general I feel like she does very good job of developing characters I really love the character Holly 

she was a great like main character she wasn't annoying she's exactly how you would expect her to be very human very like I want to seem normal but like she was she wasn't like you know too charactery like where she had like you know like it was dramatic for the sense of the book like she was very down to earth that's more what I was looking for 

I really liked how she had the characterization of her family because she had siblings that were very much older than her and so those are younger than her so you have kind of all different perspectives that way 

I liked your friend Sharon Sharon and Denise mr. Sherman I'm Sharon in Denise I really liked how you got plot progression on basically everybody in her life I really liked her co-workers and all this jobs like all the characters really good especially her boss 

I really liked his character in their relationship together uh basically covered I give up five to five I really love this cover it's like it was at the anniversary but I think something like that I saw it has a pink end pages in it I forget what edition s is but it was just really pretty 

I'd seen other covers I didn't like as much about soon as I saw this in the bookstore jumped on it it's really pretty like it's not super bright and crazy but compared to the one that I saw before like the most popular one which is most of the movie cover I really like the simplicity of this 

I really like how these doodles kind of remind me of like you know like um when you write a letter like either the corners of like the stationery if you use fancy stationery how I usually use paper like lined

I really like the gold and the blue with the pink just I feel like it's really pretty it suspense I could suspense a three out of five as well because you got to know what's happening and like the novel's more character-driven the plot room like you know she's to rebuild her life I feel like these books aren't don't tend to be more suspenseful it doesn't really make or break the book 

but this book did take me a while to get through I feel like it took me so long because I was reading a lot of character driven books I really needed to plot driven book so that was probably just me but for the most part I did enjoy it was pretty dispensable it has its pencil moments where 

I want to keep like reading it I'd say like since I got back into reading sometimes I go for slow parts the Mel tonight amp up near the end of the map or the beginning of the month whichever it may be 

I feel like because I read like a good like 40 percent of the book like this past week and it was just really good and like I was really enjoying it so we're on Joe's reread ability I give it a three out of five as well 

I'm not gonna read it right away but it's definitely a real a really readable book in the future especially we're going to be watching the film again I might want to watch well going to be watching the film again that's why 

I bought it but I'm going to maybe reread this again if I read late if I watch till in the future and yeah I heard the thumbs not as good as the book from somebody's read the book.

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