- Age Range: 12 and up
- Grade Level: 7 - 9
- Series: To All the Boys I've Loved Before (Book 2)
- Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (January 31, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1442426748
- ISBN-13: 978-1442426740
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 488 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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P.S. I Still Love You (To All the Boys I've Loved Before) Paperback – January 31, 2017
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About the Author
Jenny Han is the New York Times bestselling author of The Summer I Turned Pretty series; Shug; the Burn for Burn trilogy, cowritten with Siobhan Vivian; and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and P.S. I Still Love You. She is also the author of the chapter book Clara Lee and The Apple Pie Dream. A former children’s bookseller, she earned her MFA in creative writing at the New School. Visit her at DearJennyHan.com.
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I love Peter Kavinsky. Even more: I love, love, love Peter and Lara Jean’s relationship. They are so adorable! I love how both have two different paths and stories but fate got them together. I love looking back and thinking, if it weren’t Peter who found Lara Jean after her car accident in book one, who would Lara Jean be with? They get into the same arguments that they did in the first book, a lot about Genevieve. But I get it. I get both their sides. I understand why Lara Jean is so intimidated of her and why she’s constantly comparing herself to her and why she gets angry with Peter about it. Then, after finally learning more about Genevieve, I understand why Peter couldn’t just let her go. I admire him for that actually.
When I read the synopsis, I thought I’d hate John Ambrose but I didn’t. I like how he weaved himself in their lives again. I love that they wrote each other letters. I wish Peter wrote Lara Jean letters too but I know it’s not his thing. I love how laid back John Ambrose was and how similar he was to Lara Jean. The little love triangle — square if you include Genevieve — was really between “Opposites attract” and “Birds of a Feather Flock Together” and I liked that. I liked how Lara Jean sorted through it all and was very mature about it in the end. You could really see her growth. She’s got more control with driving, with boys, with her family situation, and her maturity was much improved.
This book was so much fun to read. It picks up after the first and has Lara Jean and Peter in some turmoil. There is a lot of turmoil throughout a good portion of this book! I don't want to give anything away but the one major thing that is in this book is the surfacing of a video from a certain ski trip. This is a major factor in this book. There is also the chance to meet another of her letter guys! Also, Gen is up to her tricks again it would seem but I'll let you see what's up there on your own!
So this book is one with a good bit of teen angst but these teens are very good kids for the most part so it's not one that has terrible influences aplenty. This makes it appropriate for a good range of reading ages. It's a fun book that might make you happy, sad, mad, and any other range of emotion but in the end it's a feel good book that just makes you fall more in love with the characters you've learned to care for in the first book.
It’s a tough decision for Lara Jean, thankfully, she has an amazing family who supports her and loves her. Not to mention, she’s perfect because of the simple fact that she can bake anything from scratch and it comes out PERFECT!
It’s too early in the year for me to even mention this but I feel these two books will make the cut for ‘Best Books of 2016’.. But you have to stick around to see!
Please, Please go out and pick up these books and read them as soon as it is humanly possible for you, I guarantee you will not regret it! ♥EG
This story gave me a rollercoaster of emotions. I love Lara Jean because she is just a regular teenage girl. She's not a prodigy, and expert on boys or anything except baking. A girly girl and proud of it. She is self conscience, yet confident in who she is, but in a way she does come off as flaky sometimes. But I identify with her because I was just like that not so many years ago.
I love the rich details of LJ's Korean culture. I love how Peter loves it too. Peter had a way of being awesome AND super inconsiderate in this book. In my opinion, everything that happened in this book he deserved. He could have handled Gen in a much smarter way, by including LJ, without spilling secrets. Yes, LJ had some growing to do and she did recognize that but I totally understand her confusion. The storyline with John III was quite well done. In fact, for a few minutes there I was rooting for him in a big way. I wish LJ would have given back his letter OR baked him his cake.
The main reason I didn't put 5 stars on this book is the ending felt rushed (or cut short is more like it) and maybe like it was missing something to truly make it special... unless there is another book, which i don't believe there is. Even a short epilogue to glimpse one or two scenes of life for LJ and Peter sans contract would have made all the difference.
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I love the writings of Jenny she writes Whats relevant in todays society.Read more
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