Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Book Review: P.S. I Like You

                                                     P.S. I Like You Review
P.S. I Like You is about how a high school student named Lilly ends up becoming pen pals with someone who writes notes on the desk that they both have in science class when she finds that someone continued writing out the lyrics to a song by her favorite band that she thought no one else in her school listened to expect her. The two become friends through their exchanging of notes and move on from scribbling on the desk to leaving paper notes tucked under the desk. After awhile Lilly starts to develop a crush on her pen pal and the pen pal hints that he feels the same way despite not knowing who she is. Lilly is working up the courage to suggest that the two of them should meet up in real life when she discovers that her pen pal is Cade someone she has known and hated for years and now that she learned that he's her pen pal she doesn't know how to deal with the two different sides that Cade has and doesn't know how to feel about him know that she knows these two sides of him.

This story is mostly a cute love story that is mostly shown through the exchanging of notes and it works better than I expected that it would. The book also has Lilly dealing with being a member of a big family that causes her problems that while aren't hugely dramatic are unique to someone who has a lot of siblings and we also learn a fair bit about Cade's dysfunctional family through him opening up to Lilly in the letters, these two storylines allows us to have a bit more insight into the characters life. There is also an interesting friendship conflict between Lilly and her best friend that also adds to her character as well.

Overall I really liked this book it was a sweet and fluffy read that had likable main characters that were fun to read about. Please tell me your thoughts about this book in the comment section below.

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