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by Cecelia Ahern (Sample Chapters)

Over the years I’ve read a lot of Cecelia Ahern’s books, and there hasn’t been one that I’ve not enjoyed reading. I was so please to get a sampler of her latest book Postscript.

Postscript follows on from P.S. I Love You that was published in 2004, it was also adapted into a movie, of the same name in 2007.

I read P.S. I Love You when it was published and I really really enjoyed it. You were taken along on Holly Kennedy’s emotional journey of loss and love, and from the sampler of Postscript this book seem to be equally as captivating as P.S. I Love You.

We meet Holly again Seven years after her husbands death and six years after she read his last letter. Which helped her to look toward a future with out him. During the last six year Holly has been putting her life back together.

Three years ago Ciara, Holly’s sister opened a vintage second hand shop called Magpie. Where Holly has been working along side her. They also use the shop as an event space, where her sister records a podcast in front of an audience. Her podcasts are called “How to Talk about…”

This month her podcast is called “How to Talk about Death” and she manages to talk Holly in to talking about her experience of loosing her husband Gerry, and the letters he left her.

After the podcast has been recorded one of Magpie’s greatest supporters Angela who donates her designer clothes, bags and jewellery and who probably keeps Magpie going. Keeps trying to persuade Holly to keep telling her story to a group of people who call themselves “P.S. I Love You Club.

Even though this was a sample of the book, I can’t wait to get my own copy of Postscript as I’m looking forward to see how the story continues.

Pages: 368. Publication Date: 19 September 2019. My Rating:

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