List no 5❤️
Ps. I love you❤️
List no 4❤️
Ps. I love you❤️
Ps, I love is a tale of everybody life. It has all the elements of emotions one life can experience.
Sad, happy, love, care, chilling, party, friendship, loss, family, etc. I love the concept of the book. The way the main lead life changes by the letter received by her dead husband and the progress.
It's in all a lot of motivation to be.
To look forward in life. The 10th and the last letter just made me blur my eyes. It's filled with emotions.
Just love this book🤓🥺
It's emotional ...
And funny here and there.
The writing style is very engaging.
The concept is beautiful.
I loved this book so much. It is heartbreaking and inspiring—Holly‘s year of being without Gerry. She leans on her friends and family, and those wonderful people carry her through the awful tragedy of losing the love of her life. She didn‘t have too much of an identity as an individual at the start, but she finds her own person by the end. Grief does not get easier with time, but you learn to live. I love how raw and emotional the book is.
I enjoyed the premise of this book where a widow comes to terms with her husband‘s death through letters he wrote her before he died. I just don‘t think the writing was very good and the main character Holly‘s wallowing and lack of sensitivity for her friends‘ lives annoyed me. Looking forward to watching the movie though; at least Hilary Swank and Lisa Kudrow are in it. ⭐️⭐️
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1st book in O.W.L.s HP Magical Readathon.I chose Metal Charmer career I wanted to do another career but I couldn't. 1st class Ancient Ruines-prompt=book with a ❤️on the cover or title. I read it in Spanish b/c I liked this edition. Story has mix of emotions, it is sad, some funny parts and hope to transcend the grief process to grow and continue with your life after a significant lost. I liked it but can be depress for some persons 3.5❤️
Currently reading. Ok so far. I think this has a movie adaption?
While I did enjoy this, I did find it a bit too long and the banter a little forced (well written banter should not require being told that characters giggled, laughed or chuckled). I have heard that the movie was actually better than the book. Book 26/100. #yarnandbooks
Today I finished my 5th book of 2020, P.S. I Love You. After I visited the bridge in Wicklow I knew right away I wanted to read the book. I saw the book at a cute little bookstore in Killarney and started reading it in Ireland. I‘m happy to say that after nearly 500 pages and 50+ chapters, I read it and now it is one of my favorite fictional books. Can‘t wait to read the sequel and rewatch the movie next!🇨🇮❤️☘️
Audio books are so fast to get through which is exactly what I need at this moment of my life! I felt like I needed to 'read' this book. Losing someone is a theme I've been struggling with for awhile. It was nice to listen to other people's thougths about this.
Otherwise the book wasn't really for me so I'm a bit conflicted when rating this. But I'm really happy I read it! 😁