Postscript Cecelia Ahern

  

Postscript by Cecelia Ahern 

Paperback published 1st October 2020 by Harper Collins 

The  PS. I Love You Club

These are the six words written on a card handed to Holly Kennedy. They’re words that are engraved on her heart because PS, I Love You is how her husband, Gerry, signed his last letters to her, letters that mark a year she will never forget.

Now, the mysterious club wants something from her. And if Holly can find the courage to meet them, she’ll learn what it really means to live life to the full.

Because every love story has one last thing to say.


My review 

Postscript is the sequel to the bestseller PS, I Love You by Cecelia Ahern. 

The greatest love  💌  stories never end.



Postscript is one of those hats off to with a boldly different setting. It’s quite a heartbreaking time reading this one, so one thing I would suggest is make sure you some tissues near by as its hard not to feel tears in your eyes. 


Holly Kennedy is braverly, giving a talk about How To a Talk About Death, which not an easy subject to talk about. it’s the one subject that any family member don’t like discussing with their family or other people. 


Holly Kennedy at a very young age, very sadly lost her husband seven years ago through cancer. Her husband Gerry left her letters to be opened in the months after he passed, with each letter ended with the most sweetest words P.S. I Love You. 


This wrecked my heart, but I could see their point of view, when someone people have been diagnosed with terminal cancer they too want to write letters for their loved ones and require Holly’s help. 


This is one book that I easily got I hooked into every page so much, exploring with in the story what happened next. 


The cover is beautiful with the gold envelope and black heart on which is indicating Gerry’s letters he wrote for his wife Holly. 


I’m now left wondering what does my favourite author Cecelia Ahern have scheduled for her next book? What it maybe it will go in my diary as a must read! 


I can quite easily see this book made into film, just like The Fault In Our Stars. 


Cecelia Ahern is one of the most strongest authors whose has the ability to showcase on subject. 


I have hooked into so many of Cecelia Ahern”s book with Flawed, How To Fall In Love, The Year I Met You and another I book that I recommend by Cecelia Ahern is The Marble a Collector. And now with high flying colours I’m going to very highly recommend Postscript.

Part of chapter 2

Are you ready? my sister Ciara asks me quietly as we take our positions on bean bags at the head of the shop while the crowd hums, waiting for the show to begin. We’re sitting in the window of her vintage and second hand shop, Maggie, where I’ve worked with Ciara for the past three years. Once again, we’ve transformed the shop to an event space where her podcast, How to Talk about…., will be recorded in front of an audience. Tonight, however, I’m not in my usual safe place, servicing the wine and cupcake table. Instead I have been given into the persistent requests of my beleaguering yet adventurous and fearless little sister, to be a guest on this week’s episode, How to Talk about Death. I regretted my yes as soon as the word fet my lip and that regret has reached astronomical intensity by the time I sat down and am faced by the small audience. 

ABOUT AUTHOR CECELIA AHERN 


Cecelia Ahern was born and grew up in Dublin. Her novels have been translated into 35 Languages and have sold more than five-million copies in over fifty countries. Two of her books have been adapted as films and she has created several TV series.

She and her books have won numberous awards, including the Irish Book Award for Popular Fiction for The Year I Met You and Nielsen Platinum Bestseller Award for PS, I Love You in the UK and Ireland.

She lives in Dublin with her family.

You can find Cecelia Ahern on

Facebook ceceliaahernoffical.int

Twitter @cecelia_ahern

Instagram @offical_ceceilaahern

Website http://www.cecelia-ahern.com

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