PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes


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    PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes I don't understand the number of 4 and 5 star reviews on this novel I was swayed to buy it by the reviews But it really is

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes read & download ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB à Kathryn Hughes read & download The Letter 4 stars This was an easy enjoyable read While the writing style was very simple there are some heavy topics covered within this story domestic violence rape a young mother forced to give up her baby Though I found the author's writing to be uite basic there was something about the book and the characters that were very likeable for me My heart broke a few times throughout the novel but I also had a heartwarming sense of closure at

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes The Letter is a historical romance that spans across three generations and like most love stories it tells about love found and love lostEven though this subject is often predictable with its indiscriminate apportioning of

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes I was looking for a book with a lighter vibe after a period of reading intense crime novels I came across The Letter on a

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    read & download ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB à Kathryn Hughes PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes THE LETTER by Kathryn Hughes performed by Rachel Atkins is truly spellbinding The most captivating moving and emotional audiobook I have ever read listened to—from secrets loss pain sacrifice and love Top 50 Books of 2015

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    read & download The Letter PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes A very difficult 35 star rating originally going to be 4TW Domestic violence Rape Assault StillbirthI loved Kathryn's novel The Secret when I received an ARC of that for review a while back having found a cheap secondhand copy of her debut nove

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes This story contains many of the aspects I love about the art of fiction writing love loss time travel and brilliantly developed characters I thought the modus operandi was inspired; I love it when an author can confidently jump between time periods to deliver a beautifully interwoven story Taking the reader on a journey from the east coast of America the rustic farmlands of Southern Ireland and the bustling streets of Manchester I was grip

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes read & download ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB à Kathryn Hughes The premise of finding an unposted 30 year old letter in a suit pocket in a charity shop was a very good one but oh dear the story was stretched

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    Kathryn Hughes à 3 read PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes 25 stars round up to 3 This dual narrative set in the 1970's and 1939 was a fairly predictable storyline that had a Hallmark Hall of Fame type vibe The readers are taken from Manchester to Ireland and the USA I did find the story was a nice li

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Letter) Õ Kathryn Hughes Kathryn Hughes à 3 read I actually won a copy of this book in a giveaway on Twitter and I am so glad I did as I don't know when or if I would have come across this wonderful book and the author otherwiseThis truly is a wonderful book I found it to be very deep and beautifully written and it is one book that I think will stay with me for a long timeThe story starts with Tina who works in a charity shop and comes across a letter dated many years before

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The Letter review µ 103 The writer and his intended recipientThe mystery of how this love letter ended up in Tina’s hands is also uncovered through Billy’s story from the early 1940s He writes a letter that will change his life forever unaware that it will not be read for another 34 years and then by a complete strangerWith a swift pace memorable characters and a wonderful conceptual depth Hughes’ novel is one that simply can’t be put dow. 25 stars round up to 3 This dual narrative set in the 1970 s and 1939 was a fairly predictable storyline that had a Hallmark Hall of Fame type vibe The readers are taken from Manchester to Ireland and the USA I did find the story was a nice light read and I would love to read by the author

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The Letter review µ 103 Kathryn Hughes’ new ebook The Letter offers readers a chance to absorb themselves in the lives of two women born decades apart but whose lives share a number of parallels The novel explores two historical strands bringing together an abused housewife from the 1970s and a young girl from the early 1940s in a story of love loss and unexpected conseuences The Letter follows the life of Tina in the 1970s who seeks respite fr. The Letter is a historical romance that spans across three generations and like most love stories it tells about love found and love lostEven though this subject is often predictable with its indiscriminate apportioning of pain and heartachestill each story has its own uniue experiencesthis is one such storyIt s not a fluffy read it s a story about two women a generation apart who s struggles have a lot in common and how time and circumstance will conspire to bridge the gap between them to uncover their stories and bring some much overdue healingThis story was compelling I thought in that it goes into the details of the lives of those involved and gave good depictions of the types of bias and misguided judgements of the time along with a clear sense of the struggles brought about by the first world war How these individuals were directly and indirectly affected and how as individuals they copedThe choices they made were not always the preferred choices mostly they were borne out of necessity due to the circumstances of that eraAlthough it follows a remarkably incredible pattern of events I found this story mesmerizing as each piece of a puzzle fell into place to build on a much bigger storyIf you can somewhat suspend belief and read this at face value it is uite a clever and satisfying readWe learn that even the smallest of oversights now can sometimes count in the larger scheme of things enabling the possibility of a later action which can have eually profound effectsI really enjoyed this read 4 sMany thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for my copy to read and review

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The Letter review µ 103 Om her abusive marriage by volunteering at a charity shop One day while sorting through the pockets of a second hand suit she comes across an old letter It is still firmly sealed and un franked Unable to resist the pull of curiosity Tina opens the letter It was written on 4th September 1939 She is so moved by the contents and bemused as to why the letter was never delivered she embarks on a uest to find out what became of. A very difficult 35 star rating originally going to be 4TW Domestic violence Rape Assault StillbirthI loved Kathryn s novel The Secret when I received an ARC of that for review a while back having found a cheap secondhand copy of her debut novel The Letter I was excited to see why lots of readers had read and loved this book The premise of the letter was definitely what appealed to me the most before I dived into the adventure The novel is split into three parts the first opening in 1970s England with a woman named Tina who works in a charity shop to avoid her husband who is an alcoholic and sometimes extremely violent While looking through a suit one day she finds a letter that has never been opened and written by a man named Billy Only thing is that this letter was written in 1939 at the turn of the Second World War Soon Tina is caught up in this mystery what did happen to Billy all those years agoThe time period flips between 1970s and 1930s as we learn about the mysterious Billy The first part of this novel was hard to read as some of the graphic details from the domestic violence were uite detailed However parts two and three really opened up for me as the reader Part three was my personal favourite in which the mystery of Billy is finally solved I was moved by the last few pages in particular The emotional connection was there Sadly it is uite an uncomfortable read and as a nineteen year old reader who hasn t experienced some of the events travelling to another country getting married I felt a little bored during those passagesI really recommend The Secret by the same author I hope to read her latest work The Key very soon

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  • The Letter
  • Kathryn Hughes
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  • 15 January 2019
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