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  • Audio CD: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Hyperion Audiobooks; Abridged edition (Nov. 27 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401389015
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401389017
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 14.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,081,911 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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Format: Hardcover
was very excited when I bought this book and couldn't wait to get started. Within a couple of chapters I wanted to stop reading it. It was just too much work trying to get through this book. Repetitive, immature, and predictable were words used to describe "PS, I Love You" and it is dead on. Never seen so much of the word "sarcastically" used in one book or have the characters "roll their eyes." Experienced writers have a way of conveying their characters' feelings and emotions without having it thrown in your face so many, many times and clearly, an experienced writer, she is not!
Though shallow and corny at times, there were moments when I felt for Holly and wanted to cry with her - but other than that I felt it was just a big waste of my time.
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By Jennifer Adams on July 20 2014
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Being a widow myself at a young age, it hit home and Holly was portrayed incredibly!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gail Cooke TOP 50 REVIEWER on March 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
Cecelia Ahern, the 22-year-old daughter of Ireland's Prime Minister, has a way with words - both written and spoken. A conversation with her is included in this CD edition - what pleasure it is to hear her lilting voice as she remarks on the bittersweet story she has written.
UK actress Victoria Smurfitt offers an ultra pleasing delivery of Ahern's debut novel in her classic easy-on-the-ears voice. All in all, this CD is a thoroughly enjoyable listening experience.
What can happen when high school sweethearts marry? Surely they expect to live happily ever after. But, this was not the case for Holly and Gerry. He died too soon; Gerry fell victim to brain cancer at the age of 30.
Desolate, bereft Holly does not know how to cope with such grief. However, Gerry has left her an unusual legacy - a packet of 10 envelopes, one to be opened each month as she works through the painful days of widowhood. She does have friends who offer support, but these letters and her responses to them are the crux of the story.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 24 2004
Format: Hardcover
oh my, this was painful to get through. I only did it because it was a bookclub pick. If I had time on my hands I'd go through and count the hundreds of times characters "laughed hysterically" or were "shocked" or "tears spilled". Such juvenile writing, and no inner substance in the main character. The only well-plumbed depth of feeling related to the sense of loss, but other than that, it felt like writing for a bad sitcom. If you're at all interested in this book, save yourself some money and check it out at the library as you won't be wanting to keep it on the shelf.
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Format: Paperback
when i first bought the book and read the back of it, i thought it looked childish. but i loved the movie so i wanted to read it. well, it wasn't a mistake. Some people will say that its lack of substance and its childish writing makes this book a royal disapointment. but, they mistake childish writen and thruthful writen. Yes the storyline is simple and basic. But what more warms the heart then thruthful,simple words ! This book is one of my favorite. I felt as if the author had lived that situation. I cried a lot and laughed a lot. Simple but wonderfuly writen. I find this book clever and the caracters are very relateble. A down to earth story. I recommend this book to anyone who is not affraid to try something new. It's not like anything I've read before.
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By Alexandra S. on May 26 2008
Format: Paperback
I was upset by the time I was done with this book I literally wanted to throw it. I thought that the beginning dragged and although the story definitely had potential to be a beautiful romantic story, the end lacked and actually ruined the book for me. There are however, some really nice and romantic parts, but it is all forgotten when you reach the end of the book. With all the rave it got, I thought I was in for a great read, but it was more of a disappointment and the movie is even worse!
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Format: Paperback
This was one of those books I chose to pick up solely because of the synopsis I read on the back. It was an impulsive buy, and $10 that I will never get back.

First of all, this novel was insulting to the reader's intelligence. It was completely obvious, void of any true emotions and, to be honest, poorly written. I actually felt as if the author was being condescending.

The language is trite. And though the idea itself sounds pretty good -- it falls flat. I actually can't even find it in me to go into any more detail. Just let me warn you -- this one is certainly not a buyer.
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By I LOVE BOOKS TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 11 2008
Format: Paperback
The main theme in this book is about coping with the loss of a loved one, in this case Holly's husband Gerry, who died prematurely due to a terrible illness.
I shall not go through the whole synopsis as many of the reviewers have done so before me and the book description above is also explanatory. At the risk of sounding unpopular (I see many voted with 5 stars) my own 2 stars refer to what I think was a poorly executed book. The concept of loss and love are interesting and some of the ensuing situations are even described humorously despite the sad main subject. However all the characters, with the exception of Holly perhaps, are underdeveloped, most descriptions repetitive and the storyline predictable at best.

Perhaps my negativity about this book is due to the fact that I was expecting not Shakespeare certainly, but something more maturely written, as it belongs to one of the `adult' categories of Amazon. I think that the age target here is between 15 / 20 year-olds. Nothing wrong with that however. If you are reading me and you fall into that age group, I think you might enjoy it much more than I did.
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