Mine would be Cecelia Ahern’s PS I love you.
It was such a good read and a very nice story about love, loss, and learning to live again. I have read quite a few books though, mostly fiction. I have read some of Paulo Coelho’s too, and some Mitch Albom’s –they’re all great too and inspiring, but this book really got me hooked. I have read this book several times (and I couldn't put it down every time i started reading it) since I bought it a couple of years ago and it’s really different from other chick lit that I’ve read before. It made me cry and then made me laugh while tears were still streaming down my face. I love the characters, they are very realistic. It shows a very real look at how people deal with grief and how to move on without forgetting all that you've lived with the person. It also shows the importance of family and friends in times of hardships, self-recovery and healing.
I've only read few books and most of them are novels or inspirational. The last one I read was Me and Mr Darcy.
It's related to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice hence Mr Darcy in the title. Lesson I got from reading this book? Reality is way better than our fantasies. Plus the fact that we can't prejudge someone as if we already know their story. Applies to every situation!!! It's like an adaptation of Austen's work with a witty way of writing.
I hope I can get a copy of your title so I can share my input on how does it affect me or whatnot. :)
hi. Ive been looking for this book everytime Im in a bookstore. I cant seem to find this book. :( Where'd you get yours if you dont mind?
for me Andrew Matthews' Being Happy!
this is a very interesting and uplifting self-help book on happiness.. I have read this book when I was in third year high school. you don't need to read all of it to understand the thoughts and ideas, very user friendly. :)
sure! thank you! :)
My favorite book I have read is Mystic river. The story was with a childhood tragedy that overshadowed their lives, three men are reunited by circumstance when one loses a daughter.