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{Read Epub} Ü Sam's Letters To Jennifer ì Sam s Letters to Jennifer by James Patterson Sam s Letters to Jennifer is heartwarming and bittersweet This book definitely gave methan I expected The cover, so Nicholas Sparks ish did not lure me in Actually it made me question was this a book I really wanted to readSam s Letters to Jennifer Livres NotRetrouvez Sam s Letters to Jennifer et des millions de livres en stock surAchetez neuf ou d occasion Sam s Letters to JenniferLivres Sam s Letters to JenniferLivres Passer au contenu principal Bonjour, Identifiez vous Compte et listes Identifiez vous Compte et listes Retours et Commandes Testez Prime Panier Livres en franais Go Rechercher Bonjour Entrez votre adresse MeilleuresSam s Letters to Jennifer Wikipedia First edition publ Little, Brown Sam s Letters to Jennifer is a novel written by James Patterson, published inIt was the tenth bestselling fiction hardcover book ofin the United States PDF Sams Letters to Jennifer Book by James Free download or read online Sams Letters to Jennifer pdf ePUB book The first edition of the novel was published in January st , and was written by James Patterson The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists ofpages and is available in Paperback format Sam s letters to Jennifer eAudiobook,A woman is summoned back to the town where she grew up And in the house where she spent her most magical years she finds a series of letters addressed to her Each of those letters is a piece of a story that will upend completely the world she thought she knew and throw her into a lovepowerful than she ever imagined could be possible If immorality and infidelity are your thing, this book is for you The whole basis of the story is an unhappy woman who has a secret affair for years and after her husband dies, she marries him, secretly Sam writes letters to her granddaughter, Jennifer, and details the relationship My problem with it is that the author glamorized the relationship, like she was to be admired because she didn't leave her husband The best part of the book is this quote: For a long time it had seemed to me that life was about to beginreal life But there was always some obstacle in the way, something to be got through first, some unfinished business, time still to be served, a debt to be paid Then life would begin At last it dawned on me that these obstacles were my life Father Alfred D'Souza The best part wasn't even written by the author This book was written by the same author as Sundays at Tiffany's, which I liked Don't bother reading this book I'm glad I bought it at a garage sale so I won't feel badly when I toss it in the trash. Gag Every cheesy, tearjerker plot ever conceived is contained in this one novel Among them: (view spoiler)[beloved grandmother in a coma; grandmother was a victim of spousal abuse; heroine is a widow and also suffered a miscarriage; she falls in love with a guy who turns out to have an inoperable brain tumor Even Jennifer's cat has a brush with death (but brain tumor guy saves him with CPR) (hide spoiler)] Yes I am a fan of James Patterson Not because of his crime series Not because of literary forms It is because, no matter how hard I try, I am still a matronic reader I invest tears in a book, especially if it is a story worth crying for.Call this corny or cheesy or plain stupid, I wouldn't care I cried in coffee shops, in libraries, in quiet rooms, and most especially, in my bedroom where it all lingered And in this take, we see how special love transcends from one generation to another Let's see if another bucket of tears will be resulted from this novel(After 8 hours of reading)I CRIED Please let me shed a tear as I reflect on the life lesson Sam imparted to Jennifer :)After months of seeing this review, I cannot put justice to the creation But I can make you feel the wonder by looking at this picture: Sam's Letters to Jennifer is heartwarming and bittersweet This book definitely gave methan I expected The cover, so Nicholas Sparksish did not lure me in Actually it made me question was this a book I really wanted to read The bittersweet sappy theme usually doesn't draw me in It usually pushes me away Too nice sometimes is too boring There's a repetitive formula to these types of books that I have a hard time buying But I said why not and decided to give it a try I assumed it would be a woman reading letters from some long lost love but this story was not about that at all You see, Sam, is short for Samantha Sam is Jennifer's grandmother Jennifer, her widowed granddaughter is called to town because her grandmother is in the hospital in a coma Jennifer goes to her grandmothers house and finds stacks of letters that her grandmother wrote to her telling her about her life The first letter begins with a shocking revelation that motivates Jennifer to continue to read all the letters in hopes of learning her grandmothers secrets While staying at her grandmothers house Jennifer romantically reunites with a childhood friend, Brendan who has a secret of his own My thoughts on this book are a little on the fence On the one hand I'm glad that though certain characters received a second chance at love Whether it is opening ones self back up to love after grief or love after a bad relationship, there's nothing like being given the opportunity to share in a healthy real love This is good On the other hand I don't necessarily agree with the glorification or offhanded romanticism of the extramarital affair If the relationship was abusive, leave and go be with the new guy but I just found the affair too condoning and romanticized Even if the bad husband is bad it doesn't make it valid I did like the parallel between the relationship that was lost to death and how a second chance was given That was nice I'll give this book a 3 1/2 stars It was surprisingly a good story I'd recommend it I may read other books by this author.