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  • Quaint, cosy, and heartwarming!

    The Telephone Box Library is an absorbing, uplifting tale that sweeps you away to the beautiful village of Little Maudley and immerses you into the lives of several of its residents, both old and new, permanent and temporary as they celebrate, support, heal, grow, communicate, remember the past, take chances, start anew, and join together to create something worthwhile. The writing is seamless and light. The characters are multilayered, kind, and endearing. And the plot, including all the subplots, intertwine and unravel into a charming tale of life, love, family, friendship, self-reflection, history, happiness, romance, and community. Overall, The Telephone Box Library is a sweet, atmospheric, delightful tale by Lucas that is entertaining, satisfying, and the perfect sunny afternoon treat.

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  • The telephone box library

    I loved this book i could'nt put it down cant wait to read your next book.

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  • Pleasurable read

    Lucy is a dedicated teacher who has taken a sabbatical due to health problems caused by the stress of her job. She chances upon a village cottage at a peppercorn rent so long as she assists an elderly neighbour, it’s in an area of great historical interest to her so she jumps at the chance if six months R&R with some research thrown in, Lucy soon realises just why the rent is so affordable when she meets the stubbornly independent Bunty who despairs of her family’s attempts to look after her. Throw in an eclectic mix of characters and a great back story of life during World War Two, not to mention the matter of what to do with the tatty decommissioned phone box and you have a fun, lighthearted story which is a pleasure to read.

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