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    excellent

    I loved the relationships developed in this book and how time was given to weigh decisions. Just a great read from beginning to end.
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    Treat yourself

    This book surprised me, it was concerned it might feel like similar ones I’ve read however the characters made a huge difference to it and really added a lot to it. The Kindness Cafe, better know as Brew, is based in a Surrey village and has earned its nickname from a board where customers can write about random acts of kindness that have happened to them, it’s not the centre of the story however the theme of acts of kindness and the cafe itself feature regularly. The main stories are based around three female characters - Abbie, her sister Louise and Hungarian Eszter. Abbie needs to turn her life around after being made redundant, Louise is struggling to move on from her broken engagement two years ago which has left her with no trust or self confidence and newly widowed Eszter is acting on her late husbands wishes to visit his childhood home and build the bridges he burnt. All three women have strong stories and the recurring theme of kindness makes for a very positive book which offers pause for thought, this is a good book which offers a nice relaxing read.
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