… p.s. i love you…

currently i’m reading this romantic-comedy novel, written by Ms Cecelia Ahern of Dublin..

honestly, i’m reading it since past 3 weeks..and expected to be finished two weeks after buying it, but unfortunately..due to many unexpected circumstances (you may say it is due to the hyper-active kids)..i’m unable to do so..

… the paperback version…

  

 

PS, I Love You, 2004

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for those who may not know, the novel has been translated into a boxoffice film played by Hillary Swank and Gerard Butler some years ago..(2007 if i’m not mistaken)

The story goes between Gerry and Holly, how Holly’s life become miserable missing her died husband due to cancer..and the story goes around the circle of how the rememberance of the late husband..what if she wad not losing him..and what if she treated Gerry well before the diagnosis (they used to quarrel of some ‘stupid’ things, which Holly regret most..)

i’m not a good story teller, but all i can say is that this novel is worth buying, it ticks my sense and mind of what if I was Holly…and makes me appreciate my husband a lot (means more patience towards him for his ‘stupid’ actions.., well, mens always like that, honestly..)

so, to clear anybody’s mind, who interested to know further about this novel..just GO AND GET IT, babe…..

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. liya
    Jan 07, 2011 @ 15:05:12

    Dah tengok movie tu..klu tak silap 2 yrs ago..dh tak ingat jalan cerita dia..

    Reply

  2. aishah
    Jan 07, 2011 @ 16:19:51

    baru baca ker…
    aku baca buku ni zaman dpa lagi.. ehhe😉

    Reply

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