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  • The Postcard

    This is the first book by Fern that I have read. I downloaded it last week and finished it last night...well, the early hours of this morning actually! I couldn't put it down! Fantastic characters that draw you into their world and make you feel everything that they do. There is so much I could say but I don't want to spoil it for those that haven't read it yet. Just enjoy. It's a great book that pulls at the heart strings and leaves you wanting to hear more. Fantastic! X

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  • The postcard

    Found this book to be a lovely enjoyable read. Couldn't put the book down until I had finished it. I have read a few of Fern's books and have enjoyed them all. A good read with humour, intrigue and a nice warm feeling of family life.

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  • The postcard

    Good read enjoyed could feel for the place and the characters

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  • Gripping and so real

    Such an easy read but full of 'could be real' scenarios. All the characters were so well placed in this story from Penny to Queeney. Rarely do I read a noval where i remember the names of all the characters. This book gave a very real picture of the way poor mental health can be so damaging and misunderstood. The analogy used for antidepressant and a bridge over troubled water was beautiful. Thank you Fern.

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  • Good Read

    Wonderful as you expect from Fern an engaging tale in beautiful Cornwall.

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