Postscript : The sequel to PS, I Love You, by Cecelia Ahern

loudgls89's review

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emotional hopeful inspiring sad medium-paced
  • Strong character development? Yes
  • Loveable characters? Yes
  • Diverse cast of characters? Yes
  • Flaws of characters a main focus? Yes


 PS, I Love You was my favourite book for a very long time but as it came out so long ago I had resigned myself to never hearing anything else about Holly and her beloved Gerry. 

So when I saw that there was actually finally a sequel, it was a must read! In fact, I was so excited that I also ordered a copy for my sister too. 

I don’t want to give away too many spoilers here, but this is in the blurb so I think it’s okay – seven years on from Gerry’s death, Holly thinks she’s moved on and is doing okay – she has a new relationship and a job and she seems happy. 

But when she’s approached by a set of people called the PS, I Love You Club who have been inspired by her story and want to do the same for their loved ones, it brings everything back and all of a sudden her life starts to shift again. 

We follow Holly on a journey through the members of this club and it brings back so many memories not just for Holly of Gerry, but for me of the first book which I loved so much. 

I’m sure you can probably guess this already, but you’re going to need tissues for reading this – I definitely got through a few. But although it was sad, it was full of hope and good feelings and I just loved it. 

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beelovestoread's review

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It's taken me a long time to finish this book but that was down to having a baby and other hobbies. I loved this book so much and watching the film first didn't ruin the experience for me. Although that could be down to the fact that I watched the film years ago, but I think I would have loved them both equally the same. I will say though that when reading the book I couldn't picture Hillary Swank as Holly; the Holly in my mind was Emily Blunt.

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