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P.S.: What I Didn't Say Paperback – September 14, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
From the touching The We of Me by Jacquelyn Mitchard about the kind of friendship that is so intense that it survives even a five year period of silence, to Kristina Wright's The Last Letter about a friendship with an older woman that took place almost entirely through letters, to McMorris' own contribution What Would Diane Do about the kind of true friendship that endures, P.S. provides a glimpse into the private thoughts and emotions of the writers. Each reader will, no doubt, find parallels to her own life - remembering the grade school friend who moved across the country, but still remains a vivid memory, or the college pal who has remained a trusted friend despite infrequent contact.
This book will help women better understand some of their own complicated friendships, and perhaps, provide the inspiration to get in touch with long lost, but not forgotten friends. It will definitely make the reader treasure her own friendships, and perhaps serve as a reminder that it's always better to say what you need to say while you still can, rather than wait until it may be too late. A beautiful compilation, this book should go on every woman's reading, and gift, list.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book felt like an intimate chat with my girlfriends at a coffeeshop. I experienced the joys and pains and everything in between with the authors of these letters. Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by rachell
Great book! Inspiring and a quick read! Women of all ages can relate to the letters in this book. I decided to purchase after reading one of the letters about breast cancer... Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by smithinator
Wouldn't say it's the worst book I ever read, but close. Letters are from one of two categories: love letters to great friends or hate letters to crappy friends. Read morePublished on June 2, 2011 by Laura Benjamin