Available now: The Last Letter From Your Lover
***3.5/5 stars- liked to the edge of love- call it a stage I crush.
Jojo Moyes proves once again that she is the master of the devastating love affair.
- If you’re a fan of romantic historical fiction,
- if you’re a fan of Jojo Moyes and the dual/parallel storyline,
- and if you bemoan the lost art of letter writing, this one is for you.
Here’s my Rankings:
- 3.5/5 for characters
- 3.5/5 for plot
- 3.5/5 overall
REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:
And for my next ride on the Jojo bandwagon: The Last Letter from Your Lover. This one draws attention to the lost art of letter writing in a digital age, explores a woman’s place in midcentury society, and tells a forbidden love story, all great elements handled with care. But in the end, I liked it a bit less than others I’ve read, because I honestly didn’t like or identify with the characters all that much. Any of them. But: it does have the clever parallel storyline with the trademark twists and turns and reveals at just the right moment. So I have to confess that even if I didn’t like them much, I was kind of dying to find out what happened them. Once again, Moyes does not disappoint.
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