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Now in paperback, the endearing novel that captured readers' hearts and introduced a fresh new voice in women's fiction Cecelia Ahern. Holly couldn't live without her husband Gerry, until the day she had to. They were the kind of young couple who could finish each other's sentences. When Gerry succumbs to a t. When Gerry succumbs to a terminal illness and dies, year-old Holly is set adrift, unable to pick up the pieces. But with the help of a series of letters her husband left her before he died and a little nudging from an eccentric assortment of family and friends, she learns to laugh, overcome her fears, and discover a world she never knew existed.
It took me a while to read it, because I didn't think the girl on the cover was very pretty--AND it had been published in , which seemed very old to me. That's how I judged books in Anyway, at the time, I loved it; I remember thinking it was very well-written. I thought about it again when my parents I read this book for the first time when I was about I thought about it again when my parents moved to Palm Springs several years ago, and I thought about it a couple of weeks ago when I met a girl with the same name as the protagonist.
My mom gave away my awarded copy years ago, but I was able to find the same version on Amazon recently, and have whizzed through its pulpy pages over the past three days or so. I've been somewhat disappointed that it's not nearly as well-written as I'd remembered, though there are only a few typos. Mostly, it's not entirely vapid, as many in the Sweet Dreams series which I devoured were. The heroine is thoughtful and interesting and believable, and the romance is innocent and sweet and touching.
I think I'll pass it along to my tutee, if she likes romances; it's probably the right reading level for her, and it does move along pretty well, with nice short chapters. View all 7 comments. May 06, Sandy rated it it was amazing. I read this book when I was around 13, perhaps slightly younger and I still remember it now nearly 30 years later.
It was a teen romance but not a happily-ever-after and that shocked me. I remember wondering how they were going to turn it around so they had a happy ending, and then they didn't! I cannot say how well written it was, as the details are too hazy, but for it to last in my mind for all these years and the minds of many others if you look at the reviews it must have been pretty good! Apr 09, Ays rated it really liked it. The first book i read that made me cry!
In the very late 80's,i was about to go into my teenage years,and i realized then that this whole relationship thing wasn't always a fairy tale.
Jan 02, April Klasen rated it really liked it Shelves: Two thing are wrong with this book; the overall flow is off; and the development of the romantic relationship is totally unbelievable.
However, the rest of the book is great. I hunted for this book in particular for years through every second hand book store and book fair, only to find it after my passion for the series and romance novels had disappeared.
Mariah is the shy and awkward year-old girl with big Two thing are wrong with this book; the overall flow is off; and the development of the romantic relationship is totally unbelievable. First, she has to write her book and she plans to do it over summer break. But Mum has other plans; she takes a house sitting job in Palm Springs, moving Mariah and Kim the little sister against their will.
As soon as they arrive, they meet Paul Strobe, the boy next door. As they fall in love, things become complicated with Paul having to go into hospital for tests and then surgery. I found it jarring, which in turn, made it hard to settle into the story and follow. That happened too quickly. The good things; The characters were consistent and well formed. Paul was sooooooooooooooo sweet. A very nice change to the romance hungry teens portrayed in other Sweet Dream books.
Good morals. This one had my stomach in knots for most of the story. Unfortunately, not all of the Sweet Dreams that followed were this good in my opinion. S I Love You is special and it was an honour to read it. Sep 12, Kim Davis added it. Updated review: My copy is worn from reading it so often back in the day that it's barely held together. The cover is taped together, but it's no longer connected to the book binding.
Anyway, my taste in books and writing styles have obviously changed in the last three decades. The writing style was a tad simplistic for me now, but it's totally appropriate for a teenage romance.
I cried at the end - as always. Maybe not quite as much as I use Updated review: Maybe not quite as much as I used to, but still. All in all, maybe not quite as beloved as it was the first time I read it, but it was still a good, fast read. I read this book the year it came out, way back when I was a teenager.
I was totally into the whole Sweet Dreams line of romance books geared towards teens. I remember skipping this one at first, because I hated the title. I loved it!! I plan to dig it out soon and re-read it again since it's been a couple years since I have.
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I cry each and every time I read it, but it's so worth it. I know there was a sequel, but I could not bring myself to read it for fear that it couldn't possibly live up to the first. View all 6 comments. While this book isn't what wold be considered high literature, as other reviews here back up, for its target audience - the teen crowd - it is quite the book. Not many books for this age group deal with the fear of death on top of the fear of losing all else. I recall crying, truly crying, at the end.
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I learned, thanks to this book, to cherish the time I have with my friends because you never know when they can be taken away. Sadly this is a lesson I've had to put to use more than once. For today While this book isn't what wold be considered high literature, as other reviews here back up, for its target audience - the teen crowd - it is quite the book.
For today's teenager a world without cell phones might not be as strange as it would have been a handful of years ago thanks to the rise in popularity of historical fiction and steam punk. If you can find a copy, IF, then this is one to give to a teen you know. Apr 26, colorwalk rated it really liked it Shelves: One of the early Sweet Dreams books I read and probably the first "sad" book I remember reading.
The story is vastly different from most others I read in those years, in that it felt much more real and wasn't all "happily ever after" like the majority of teen books back then or even now. In that sense, it was probably one of the romance books that impacted me as a young teen - or perhaps I should say pre-teen as I think I read it back in 5th or 6th grade took it from my older sister's shelf.
I remember bits and pieces of the story even now, decades later. May 24, Rebecca McNutt rated it liked it.
It's not as bad as it sounds, though incredibly melodramatic and corny at times. It also brings in more mature themes than just teen crushes and fleeting summer romances, so it has some originality, though not much. Jun 24, Emily Bauman rated it really liked it. I read this book so long ago, but I remember it was the first book to ever make me cry. And it really is what got me hooked on reading and realizing how words could bring you into an amazing different world and could stir up so many emotions.
Aug 06, joefjorj rated it it was amazing. I read this book more than 10years ago. Whenever i hear this phrase 'p. Such a wonderful story. Nov 09, Jeananna rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really enjoyed this book as a teenager.
It spoke to me at the time in a way most books did not! I have recently purchased it again and look forward to sitting down and reading it again. Aug 10, Junno added it. Loved it! The very first book that made me cry. I read it a long time ago, probably 18 or 19 yrs ago? Paul Strobe I love you. Jan 13, tammy rated it it was amazing.
I read this when I was a teen. Found the book in my old room. Sat down and read it again. Loved it all over again. Aug 12, Louise Evans rated it really liked it. First book I ever broke my heart crying too! This was our first foray into love, loss and death and an ending that wasn't exactly a fairy tale one. For me, this collection started me on my path as a bibliophile. A few years back, nostalgia overcame me and I decided to re-collect this series my younger sister Ahhh A few years back, nostalgia overcame me and I decided to re-collect this series my younger sister all gave them away before.
I just might dig it up in storage and start re-reading them all over again. This is one of the first few books i have read years ago during my teenage years. I fell in love with the story so simple and pure. I fell in love with Paul and Mariah, their story, their friendship and how love keeps them stronger together.
This story also broke my heart into pieces. I had cried when i first read this and now it still did. This is one classic book for me everyone of my school friends way back must have read it first before me.
How could i forget you Paul Strobe? You are my firs This is one of the first few books i have read years ago during my teenage years. You are my first book boyfriend and you definitely keeps a memory of my teenage years.
Rereading this brings back good memories. PS I love you: Jul 28, Andrea rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I read this book back in the 80's and how funny that I found it listed here when I was just telling my husband about it earlier. It's been so long since I've read it that I can't give a detailed review, but I do remember reading it more than once.
It's a very sweet love story that centers around a girl meeting a boy while in Palm Springs. All of these "Sweet Dreams" romances are wonderful and some have stuck with me more than others. This is one I still remember more than 30 years later. I highl I read this book back in the 80's and how funny that I found it listed here when I was just telling my husband about it earlier.
I highly recommend this book as well as all of the others in the series. I used to have them all and many I read more than once. May 04, Jacqui Calaranan rated it it was amazing. It was summer vacation when I was in senior high school that I read this book. Teary- eyed on this one when Paul Strobe passed away, he is a boy next door type of guy, a rich kid but their richness could not cure his illness.
As far as I remember, around 20 times that I have read this book. My It was summer vacation when I was in senior high school that I read this book. My brother's girlfriend gave this pocket book to me and I'm keeping it until now. Aug 13, EJ added it. This is one of the first books that i had read ever and got me hooked up to the Sweet Dreams collection. I was in 5th grade when i started and that's when i realized i love reading.
Even when i ran out of Sweet Dreams books to borrow from my cousin, i would turn to my Reading books in school or even History books just to have something to read. I would borrow my brother's books from their school because they have so much better stories in theirs than ours.
That's the time i labeled myself a book This is one of the first books that i had read ever and got me hooked up to the Sweet Dreams collection. That's the time i labeled myself a bookworm. May 20, Lovviner rated it it was amazing. I remember reading this book. My sister had borrowed it from one of her friends and needed to return it. I read it in one night not knowing anything about the book and this book has remained in my memory many years.
It left quite an impression.
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