"PS, I love You” is a book about a woman who loses the love of her life to illness. The book was a best seller when it came out in 2004. It was written by a not too widely known author, Cecelia Ahern, who hails from Ireland. What makes this book remarkable is not that it became a bestseller in the United Kingdom, the United States, and other parts of Europe. The fact that the book was adapted into a movie is not its greatest feature either. The book’s greatest attribute is the relationship between the two lovers in the story that transcends beyond the grave. "PS, I love You” is actually love letters from a man who is dying to his wife, to help her cope with his death, and grieve in such a way that she is able to move on. So how can you experience this fine work of literature for yourself? There are a few options to choose from. A quick search on the Internet will avail you of some avenues to obtain the book for free, electronically. If you download Amazon’s Kindle app for PCs or smartphones, you can get "PS, I love You” for free as an e-book. Amazon also offers the actual book for low cost on its web site with a price point you wouldn’t believe! Of course, you do have to pay shipping and handling and the condition of the book may not be new. If that is not the best option for you, the book is available for purchase "new” for just a little more. Finally, to go green and reduce your carbon footprint, you can check the book out at your local library.