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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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    A Real Page Turner, 5 stars 🌟 :

    Welcome to the fictional Cornwall village of Ms Britton's imagination, Pendruggan, where the villagers aren't perfect and have real problems but are relatable and loveable! This book centers on the village Vicar and his wife, Simon and Penny and covers the sensitive subject of postnatal depression and depression with a sympathetic and insightful understanding. I did find it difficult to rate this book as I loved it and it kept me turning the pages long after midnight! However, I do feel the closing chapters could have been expanded upon, as we finish a chapter in a tense volatile situation, which appeared to be resolved over a cup of tea at the beginning of the next chapter, which consequently I felt was a little rushed and unfinished. But that doesn't deter from the fact that Ms Britton has created a wonderful fictional community where you can't help but engage with the wonderful characters. Which is why having finished The Postcard, I have now purchased Hidden Treasures as I loved the characters so much I can't wait to read Helen’s story. I am also looking forward to Ms Britton’s next visit to Pendruggan to find out the fate of Ella with her budding relationship with Kit and her quest to find/meet her Mother and then there's Ella's brother Henry to find his place and of course for Dr Adam to find a deserving lady. Overall a great read, perfect for a lazy afternoon. Fyi I received my copy from NetGalley however this does not influence my opinions as all opinions are my own.

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