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    five-star read that will want to write home about

    The Postcard by Zoe Folbigg a five-star read that will want to write home about. This is the sequel story in the Note series and I loved it almost as hard as I did the first part the Note, getting to hear more from Maya and James just warmed my heart even when the story wasn’t warm, they just had something about them that gave you heart and courage. I have read and loved them both, but I would imagine that you could read them as stand-alone as they do have independent stories. Maya and Train Man aka James have a great tale to tell, it was so nice to go back and find out what happens next, usually after a novel we say goodbye to the characters and get to image they live happily ever after but the Postcard shows us that life doesn’t work like that. Zoe Folbigg is a great writer and one I love reading.
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    Clever, engaging and heartwarming

    Cleverly written with intertwining stories, filled with heart warming characters, and an interesting plot. Overall a great follow up to The Note and definitely worth that spot in your suitcase for your summer holiday trip, or top of your to read pile for when you are curled up in front of a fire, dreaming of warmer weather.
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