Found in a Bookshop: The perfect Autumn read - heart-warming and unforgettable

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Found in a Bookshop: The perfect Autumn read - heart-warming and unforgettable

Found in a Bookshop: The perfect Autumn read - heart-warming and unforgettable

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The book recommendations throughout the story have a wide range of offerings, with a sentence or two to describe why it was added as a possibility of interest and intrigue to answer an individual’s request. I was a bit surprised at what appear to be authorial asides about books and reading, but it works - as do the short chapters and the book recommendations.

At the very time when people most need books to widen their horizons, or escape from their fears, or enhance their lives, the doors are closed. Stephanie has a great knack of weaving all the complexities of 2020-22 together - the loneliness, deaths, long covid, relationship breakdowns, work precariousness, and even including the BLM and Trans rights issues. Portobello Book Blog is not responsible for the republishing of the content found on this blog on other Web sites or media without its permission.Loveday and Kelly (Saturday girl Madison as well as Nathan) are soon all helping people in the best ways they can.

Some of these books I own, and want to read even more now; some I have read and enjoyed the small summery to remind me why I loved them and some that I haven't read, but have now been added to my TBR. There’s also a family where the father is a paramedic who decides to isolate from his wife and children. I will say that I really enjoyed the characters, both major and minor, they were well rounded and had great little stories all of their own.This sparks an idea in Loveday, and she realises that there is something positive they can do to help people get through the crisis while also helping the business.

George and Rosemary are a delightful couple and their lifelong love warms your heart Loveday is a fabulous quirky character and I enjoy the introduction of Kelly and Madison who are very likeable too. The idea about the book pharmacy and using books to fill the void whether we’re in a pandemic or just feeling a little lost in the world. As certain as I have always been that I can be alone without being lonely, opening the covers, turning the pages, I know that I will find comfort in reading a book.It is a heartwarming, eye-opening, moving testament to hope and the powerful influence a small group of people can have on the lives they touch. But it worked very well as a flight book - it’s an engaging story with people who got under my skin. All in all, I enjoyed the book and look forward to exploring the reading suggestions at the back of the book.

Aside from writing, she works as a speaker and trainer, and she works with charities to help raise awareness and money in the hope that cancer will soon be about as scary as a wart. I like the concept of the book, as book lovers we already know the joy of reading and the idea of prescribing books as a form of medicine or a remedy is a good one. All of those things are legitimate realities, but they felt a little more tossed in there than part of the story itself. There are lots of interesting characters in the book and it is surprising just how many different characters appear so that took a little bit of getting used to. But, these lockdowns were so different to the way my own country, New Zealand, experienced lockdowns that they didn't even seem like lockdowns.

They have decided to set out on their last journey together, without ever leaving the bench at the bottom of their garden in Whitby. This sparks an idea in Loveday and it makes her realise that there is something positive they can do to help people through the crisis and help the business into the bargain.



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