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Review: Letters to the Lost

Hi friends, happy Monday. Today I’m going to be reviewing Iona Grey’s novel Letters to the Lost.

Letters to the Lost
Letters to the Lost

Letters to the Lost by: Iona Grey: When Jess stumbles across an abandoned house she comes across a letter, that leads to more letters of a past life and past love. Stella met Dan in 1942 and the two fell magically in love, the only thing Stella is married to Charles, an evil awful man. The letters that Jess uncovers tell their story. So caught up in the story she wants to help Dan meet Stella one last time. Not only that but Jess finds her own love with a man named Will. The writing and characters are so earnest and true. This novel really puts into perspective what love really means and what love is. The plots are so interwoven and beautifully put together that they come together to create a masterpiece. Two loves, two time periods, it’s very clever, and exciting to read. The characters are loving and so well-crafted that you can’t help want to read more.

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6 thoughts on “Review: Letters to the Lost

  1. Great review Meghan. This sounds like a really interesting book and you’ve definitely left me intrigued by what happens to the characters, both in the present and in the past. I really enjoy stories where you have two time periods interweaving with one another. I may have to check this book out at some point. 🙂

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    1. Thanks Beth! I’m really glad you liked my review & that it made you interested in reading the book! It was just so easy to fall in line and in love with the characters!
      If and when you do check it out, I can’t wait to hear what you thought of it! 😀

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