[ epub pdf ] I think I Love You Author Allison Pearson – Selindameditasyon.com

I think I Love You Petra and Sharon, two thirteen year old girls, are both desperately in love with a world famous pop star Together they pore over his photos, read his fan club letters, and even enter a contest whose winners will meet him in person Twenty years later, Petra is pushing forty, on the brink of divorce, and fighting with her own thirteen year old daughter when she is given the opportunity of a lifetime the chance to meet the teen idol she loved so long ago A moving tale of friendship and celebrity,I Think I Love You perfectly captures the intensity of first love a love that never entirely goes away


About the Author: Allison Pearson

Allison Pearson was born in South Wales An award winning journalist, she was named Newcomer of the Year at the British Book Awards for her first novel, I Don t Know How She Does It Allison has written for many magazines and newspapers including the Daily Telegraph, the Independent, the Observer, the Sunday Times and the London Evening Standard For four years she was the popular Wednesday columnist of the Daily Mail Allison lives in Cambridge with her family.



10 thoughts on “I think I Love You

  1. elizabeth elizabeth says:

    Hello World, there s a book that I m reading Come on it s Crappy Ugh it started out well enough very evocative of adolescence with an interesting Welsh setting Though sometimes the dialog felt forced, as though some characters were just setting for a spike But everything went majorly pear shaped in the second half The author took a character I had cared about and made her deeply unappealing She also fell into the talk


  2. Hot Cup O& Hot Cup O& says:

    I listened to this on audio CD, which provided the wonderful Welsh and British accents that really enriched the story.The first half of the book describes the extreme crushes on then teen idol David Cassidy held by a 1970s Welsh teenage girl, Petra, and her friends By turns humorous and bittersweet, it perfectly chronicles the social angst of trying to be part of the crowd as a teenager The characterization of the manipulati


  3. Jessica Jessica says:

    I really liked this mainly because I could relate to Petra and Sharon Like them, I had unhealthy infatuations with celebrities who have no idea I exist In fact, I still have these obsessions I m still waiting for Tim Lincecum to marry me As for the storyline, I liked how it included the perspectives of both Petra and Bill You got to see two different sides to the David Cassidy mania Overall, I enjoyed this novel and its insights in


  4. Christie Christie says:

    Before I talk about Allison Pearson s delightful novel, I Think I Love You, I have to talk about David Cassidy I think it s important for you to understand my total predisposition to love this book based on my adolescent feelings about David I LOVED HIM Oh, I know I wasn t alone millions of girls my age loved him It s just that I loved himAnd to illustrate the deep personal connection we had, let me tell you about what happened to me in 1


  5. M M says:

    They say, write what you know Personally, while I see why that s a good first step, I have cautioned my students against writing what they know too well as you are likely to make your reader feel like a third wheel while you re on a date with yourself.This is one of my main beefs with Pearson s much anticipated and very disappointing read LAME OLA new novel, I Think I Love You Allow me to preface my review with the caveat that I have had no idea


  6. michelle michelle says:

    I expectedfrom this book because I enjoyed


  7. Michael Michael says:

    It s 1974 and Petra and her friends are all in love with singer David Cassidy Petra is the ultimate Cassidy fan, making collages of pictures of the singer, subscribing to his fan magazine and knowing all there is to know about David Petra hopes that someday all this knowledge may come in useful should she ever meet David and the two fall hopelessly in love.One of the biggest sources of Petra s knowledge is a David Cassidy fan magazine And while the letters fr


  8. Sue Smith Sue Smith says:

    Well, this book was a scream let me tell you I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish and it made me laugh out loudthan once It hit on all those teenage angst moments boys and puberty, mean girls at school and a demanding mother self imposed expectations and limitations and how we see ourselves with all those insecurities clouding the mirror, all done to the music of the times to set the moods and Allison Pearson made it all quite funny Painfully funny at times


  9. Stacey Stacey says:

    Delightful read I really enjoyed how the book was divided in 2 parts Who doesn t remember their crush


  10. Breann Breann says:

    It took me a little while to get in to this story I abandoned it earlier this summer when I couldn t connect with the mindset of the pre teen Petra who narrates the first 1 3 of the book After listening to a repeat of interview with Allison Pearson on Fresh Air a few weeks ago I picked it up again and stuck with it I m so glad I did, there is some really beautiful prose in this story While the plot seeks to examine the phase of teenage obsession that so many girls go through, I f


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