Saturday, March 01, 2008

P.S. I Love You

On the day I got this book as a belated birthday present from Jing Yang, we were planning to watch a movie together. We were stuck between 'P.S. I Love You' and 'Jumper'. And Jing Yang gave me this book, so we ended up watching 'Jumper'.

This is a really sad yet sweet story. It's about living again when you thought that you couldn't. It's about REALLY loving someone. It's about having faith in your love. It's about a lot of other things too, but you will have to find out for yourself .

Holly and Gerry are the kind of perfectly happy married couple that others envy. Then, at the age of thirty, Gerry is diagnosed with a terrible illness. Months after Gerry's death, Holly receives a package of letters that he's left for her, instructing her to perform a series of unexpected tasks. With the help of the letters - and her fun, quick-witted girlfriends and a raucously enduring family that smothers, loves, and drives her crazy - Holly wobbles, weaves, and jokes her way towards a new life, even larger than the one she's been forced to leave behind.

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