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Found in a Bookshop: The perfect Autumn read - heart-warming and unforgettable

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Along the journey there is kindness and thoughtfulness, there are situations that arise that overcome preconceptions and finding commonality along with plenty of honesty. By participating in the Kindle App Challenge this first Qtr, I completed 3 books for the month of January. Though at times this was a bit real and hard to read about Covid pandemic times again, this was such a gorgeous read. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products.

This is a wonderful idea for a novel and the creation of a book pharmacy during the Covid pandemic works so well to introduce so many different characters, each with their stories and needs. Sometimes we see the person request the book again, we get to learn what happened in the next chapter, sometimes we don’t. As requests begin to pour in, what follows is a lovely and heartwarming story full of love, empathy, and the best of humanity. As a book lover, nothing makes me happier than reading about people discovering books and finding joy and solace within the pages of books.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. All of those things are legitimate realities, but they felt a little more tossed in there than part of the story itself. At times there is humour although not as much as in the last book which is understandable given the serious nature of the times. A cosy story about the joy of stories, not only the books that are recommended for people who ask but the lives of the different people who receive them.

Others flit in and out of the book and we get to know their situations and the unique pressures facing each of them at that time. They have decided to set out on their last journey together, without ever leaving the bench at the bottom of their garden in Whitby. It also brought into sharp clarity the ease with which it is possible to put someone in danger, quite unintentionally, because of naivety on our part.It's really interesting to think of the role that books had in the pandemic to help people to cope and certainly I find that that's still true now. This is the first book that I have read which has featured the recent COVID pandemic in the forefront of the plot. Overall this is an intelligent, refreshing and heart warming book that I adored, and would recommend to everyone who reads - so that's all of you! Yet again Stephanie Butland has hit upon a wonderful idea and has created some lovely characters in these vignettes, all of whom have a different issue.

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