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Letters to Iris by Elizabeth Noble

Charlotte Walker

By Charlotte Walker on 24th April 2018

A Bit About Letters to Iris

Letters to Iris is the heart-aching story of three women from the brilliant author of The Reading Group and Things I Want My Daughters to Know. Elizabeth Noble is a Number One Sunday Times bestselling author and this is her latest title.

Tess’s life is about to change forever. With a secret that will transform her life in nine months, the only person that Tess feels she can confide in is her grandmother, Iris. However, Iris is slipping away a little more each day. Fate brings Gigi in to the picture, and her heart goes out to Tess. The two become unlikely friends and along the way they uncover Iris’ secret: a suitcase filled with old letters that could hold the answers to everything Tess thought was gone.

This emotional tale of friendships and family as well as taking chances and finding happiness, even in the most unexpected of times and places.

What the Experts Say

This author has certainly not lost her touch despite it being six years since her last book. This is warm, affectionate, engaging and insightful. Well written with well portrayed characters who interconnect with each other in a tale that grabs your interest from the first chapters and holds it to the satisfying final page. - Sarah Broadhurst

What our Readers Think

Some of our Reader Review Panel also had the opportunity to read Letters to Iris before it was released on the 5th April. Here is a snippet of what they had to say:

Vanessa Breaks - 'A beautifully crafted novel exploring love, life and relationships. Light-hearted in places, whilst also encompassing tough issues and sadness.’

Sandra Makower - ‘I’m sure that this book will ring as true to you as it did to me. It brought tears to my eyes, so don’t forget the tissues!’

Lucy Chaplin - ‘Quick to draw the reader in, this is a book that is hard to put down.’

Sharon Lowe - 'One of the most intriguing stories I have had the pleasure of reading.'

To read more about what our Reader Review Panel thought, or to get more information on this heartwarming novel,  head over to the book page.

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