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Postscript by Cecelia Ahern

Postscript: The sequel to PS, I Love You

Cecelia Ahern

4.00 out of 5

4 reviews

Imprint: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 19 Sep 2019
ISBN: 9780008194871

Pre-order the long-awaited sequel to the bestselling PS, I Love You now!

4 stars out of 5
Nina Pottell
29 Sep 2019

"I adored this uplifting story about hope and love"

Fans of PS, I Love You are in for an absolute treat. Seven years after Holly Kennedy's husband died, she finally feels she has moved on. The a group calling themselves the PS, I Love You Club approach her, and Holly's world is thrown into turmoil. I adored this uplifting story about hope and love.


4 stars out of 5
24 Sep 2019

"Ahern writes with empathy and brings a lump to a reader’s throat"

Ahern has a gift for creating clever and original ideas, intriguing plot developments and unexpected twists. She has created a plausible and likeable central character in Holly – honest, self-effacing, flawed and full of empathy – and has breathed life back into her late husband in a moving and effective way.

4 stars out of 5
19 Sep 2019

"Fans will love this update."

This is the sequel to Ahern’s bestseller P.S. I Love You, which sold more than 1 million copies and was made into a film starring Hilary Swank.

Here, it’s seven years since Holly’s husband died and left her a series of letters to open in the months afterwards. Thanks to her job and new relationship, Holly is sure she’s moved away from the misery and confusion of that all-encompassing grief...

Fans will love this update.

4 stars out of 5
9 Sep 2019

"Poignant, warm and hopeful, this is a delightful read."

Seventeen years after PS, I Love You comes the long-awaited sequel, set seven years after the death of Holly Kennedy’s husband Gerry. She is stronger than ever, until she’s approached by the PS I Love You Club. She soon becomes so involved that her fresh start seems precarious. If only she could find a way to honour his memory without compromising all she has rebuilt. Poignant, warm and hopeful, this is a delightful read.