The sequel to the classic New York Times bestselling Love Story.
Oliver Barrett IV found his soulmate in Jenny Cavilleri. Their love was exhilarating and heartbreakingly brief. It was a love to last a lifetime. Or so Oliver told himself.
Two years have passed since Jenny was taken from him, and Oliver truly believes he will never love again. Then one day, Marcie—beautiful and mysterious—enters his world…and suddenly the future holds a golden new promise.
This poignant and unforgettable sequel to the beloved classic, Love Story, is a tale of one man’s journey out of the darkness of grief and back into love’s warm in embrace and a story that will capture your heart again and again.
|Edition description:||Movie-t/v tie-in|
|Product dimensions:||4.20(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)|
|Age Range:||14 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Erich Segal's first three novels, Love Story, Oliver's Story, and Man, Woman and Child, were all international bestsellers and became major motion pictures. His fourth novel, The Class, was a New York Times bestseller and won literary prizes in both France and Italy. Segal is also the author of Doctors and Acts of Faith and Prizes.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was very well written and easy to get in to.
Okay..so this book is not too bad... I somehow really hate though that Olliver gets together with someone else...and i didnt finish reading the book because of that....I mean its not that i dont want him to be happy just that well i really liked jenny and well just seeing him with another girl makes me want to puke soo i dont know what else to write...
Well ok, I rate this book five stars, but if you would have asked me what id rate it in the first few chapters id give it a frown. This book was good because it needed to be told (squeal of the Love Story). The best part of the book was the last 4 pages, because everything went exactly as I wanted it, hence the 5 stars. and on a side note, it helps increase your vocabulary. Hence the hence.
If you enjoyed Love Story, you will like this sequel. The book is devoted to how Oliver moves on after Jenny's death. Despite what some other reviewers say, you have to read the entire book. For fear of being a plot spoiler, I will not go into great detail but if you quite mid-way, you will not understand how Oliver makes his peace with Jenny's death. Written in the same style as Love Story. Language depicts the 60's-70's. I enjoyed seeing Love Story come full-circle in this sequel.