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Cecelia Ahern

P.S. I Love You

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P.S. I Love You is an uplifting debut book of the author, Cecilia Ahern. It is a sweet and simple love tale that revolves around childhood sweethearts, Holly and Gerry. They always knew that they are soul mates and are destined to be together. This is evidenced through the fact that they could complete each others’ sentences. And after fighting they would just laugh it off and be normal and loving. None of their folks could envisage them without each other.

But this love saga takes an unfortunate turn, when it is found that Gerry is suffering from brain tumor. Gerry’s unfortunate death ruins Holly. On her 30th birthday, Gerry joins her back in the form of a bunch of love notes that he has left for her for each coming month after his death. He is close to her even after his demise. Through his beautiful loving notes, he tenderly directs her new being without him. Every note of his is signed ‘P.S. I Love You’.

Slowly and steadily, Holly becomes joyful and challenged with reading each of his notes. Gerry, who knows Holly better than anyone else, teaches and guides her that no matter what the circumstances are, LIFE GOES ON…

Holly also finds help and support in her loud and affectionate family and her friends too stand by her side. She laughs, cries and sings through the ongoing years. She believes that everybody should have a Guardian Angel to protect them in one form or the other. She realizes that Life is for Living. This beautiful love story saw the ‘light of the day’ in 2005 and is available in Paperback form.

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