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Postscript Sixteen Years After Cecelia Ahern S Bestselling Phenomenon PS, I Love You Captured The Hearts Of Millions, The Long Awaited Sequel Follows Holly As She Helps Strangers Leave Their Own Messages Behind For Loved Ones Seven Years After Her Husband S Death Six Since She Read His Final Letter Holly Kennedy Has Moved On With Her Life When Holly S Sister Asks Her To Tell The Story Of The PS, I Love You Letters On Her Podcast To Revisit The Messages Gerry Wrote Before His Death To Read After His Passing She Does So Reluctantly, Not Wanting To Reopen Old Wounds But After The Episode Airs, People Start Reaching Out To Holly, And They All Have One Thing In Common They Re Terminally Ill And Want To Leave Their Own Missives Behind For Loved Ones Suddenly, Holly Finds Herself Drawn Back Into A World She S Worked Tirelessly To Leave Behind But One That Leads Her On Another Incredible, Life Affirming Journey With Her Trademark Blend Of Romance, Humor, And Bittersweet Life Lessons, Postscript Is The Perfect Follow Up To Ahern S Beloved First Novel


About the Author: Cecelia Ahern

Cecelia Ahern was born and grew up in Dublin She is now published in nearly fifty countries, and has sold over twenty five million copies of her novels worldwide Two of her books have been adapted as films and she has created several TV series.



10 thoughts on “Postscript

  1. Paromjit Paromjit says:

    Cecilia Ahern writes a terrific sequel to PS I Love You, immersing us once again in the life of 37 year old Holly Kennedy seven years on since the loss of her beloved husband, Gerry, from cancer at the too young age of 30 She has established a new life with tree man, Gabriel, and is working at her sister, Ciara s second hand vintage shop, Magpie, and still c


  2. Mischenko Mischenko says:

    Postscript picks up after PS, I love you, but about 6 years after the final letter Holly is in a new relationship with a man named Gabriel, and she s planning a move Now, at the request of her sister, Ciara, she s agreed to share her story about Gerry s letters via a radio podcast discussing grief Once aired, people want to knowabout the contents of every letter an


  3. Kim ~ It’s All About the Thrill Kim ~ It’s All About the Thrill says:

    Excuse me while I ugly cry I knew this book would be emotional although the first book was muchso for me I was so pleasantly shocked to see a sequel to P.S I Love You that I was over the moon excited when I got approved for this ARC I admit I was a bit hesitant to start as I didn t know if I could take the emotions that it would bring out Thankfully the first one was wayemo


  4. Amanda Amanda says:

    We return to Holly Kennedy in this sequel to P.S I Love You it s been seven years since she lost her husband Gerry to cancer She has slowly started to rebuild her life again, dating and considering moving in with Gabriel.Holly s sister Ciara persuades her to take part in her podcast about coping with grief, where she talks about how her letters from Gerry helped her in the throes o


  5. Zoe Zoe says:

    Sensitive, pensive, and emotionally heart wrenching In this absorbing sequel in the P.S I Love You series, Postscript, we head back into the life of Holly Kennedy seven years after the death of her husband Gerry when a guest spot on a podcast inadvertently upheaves her life and causes tears to be shed, lives to be remembered and celebrated, friendships old and new to be savoured, and love


  6. Carlos Carlos says:

    I think I m in the minority here but this didn t work out for me at all I remember reading P.S I Love You when it originally came out a gazillion years ago and enjoying it although later on I despised the movie But this book has to be one of the most unnecessary sequels ever written The whole premise feels contrived and manipulative as hell, the plot is boring, repetitive and super predictable and


  7. Amanda Amanda says:

    We return to Holly Kennedy in this sequel to P.S I Love You it s been seven years since she lost her husband Gerry to cancer She has slowly started to rebuild her life again, dating and considering moving in with Gabriel.Holly s sister Ciara persuades her to take part in her podcast about coping with grief, where she talks about how her letters from Gerry helped her in the throes of grief Afterwards Angel


  8. Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks) Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks) says:

    4.5 stars I was on the promotional blog tour for Postscript Thanks to the publishers HarperCollins for letting me be a part of the tour.A massive thank you to HarperCollins for letting me be a part of Holly s story To first experience the raw emotions that PS I Love You gave and then Postscript was a beautiful journey Holly losing her husband wasn t easy to read, but the fact that a collection of letters can brin


  9. Melissa Melissa says:

    When I first became a Cecelia Ahern fan, I was hesitant to read P.S I Love You because of the subject matter However, something pushed me to check it out and then I loved it I didn t feel like the movie did it justice though When I first heard about Postscript being published, I couldn t wait to get my hands on a copy Was it worth the sixteen seven for Holly year wait I can attest that it was The story was a good follow


  10. Bookphenomena (Micky) Bookphenomena (Micky) says:

    POSTSCRIPT was the sequel I never thought I needed Let s face it, PS I Love You finished in a good place and so it has existed for over a decade I was worried that book two would sully the good memories I have of book one, I was worried it would disappoint, it did none of these things.Holly was seven years down the line from Gerry s death, living her life, happy, in a relationship and officially in a different phase of her life


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