- File Size: 805 KB
- Print Length: 314 pages
- Publication Date: July 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073W876RL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,540 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Letters to Lincoln Kindle Edition
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Dani has lost her husband and unborn child in a most tragic of ways, utterly devastated she goes to stay with her father as she cannot face going home to the house she once shared with her husband.
She is so traumatised that she loses the will to speak and decides to write a letter to her husband which she pops into a bottle and lets it float out to sea. When a stranger answers that letter so proceeds the therapeutic healing process that we get to experience for Dani and also for the stranger who answers her letters.
The letters were an amazing way to get to know the characters and what they were feeling and going through. Ms Podger has a way with words that certainly revealed itself in this stunning story.
A true love story that melts your heart and tells of loss, hurt, secrets, healing and love and what these characters have to go through to come out the other end. At times it is raw and brutal, but at other times totally breathtaking.
I also loved that fact that it was based in Cornwall in the UK. The descriptive of the scenery and the area made me feel that I was standing on the beach with Dani many a time.
This book should not be missed, the experience of the loss, hurt, healing, and love was a privilege to be reading and I will be recommending this to my book friends
This is author is one of my favourites, so I couldn’t wait to read this. Now I have read it, I'm not sure how to do it the justice it deserves.
I’ll start by saying WOW! This is not the kind of story Tracie generally writes, normally being full of suspense, angst and perhaps a death or two. Well, okay, this may have all that in too but on a completely different level and in a completely different way.
Talk about playing with those emotional strings! I don’t tend to get emotional in my reads, I have occasionally don’t get me wrong, I’m not completely heartless. This though made my eyes leak and more than once! I will have to applaud Tracie Podger for that.
What a fantastic story, it’s a story of love, loss, betrayal, lies and deceit in more ways than one. This has it all! I love the characters, I connected with them immediately and it felt so real. I’m still thinking about it days on.
I think Lincoln has to be my new book husband I really want to keep him. I would love to dive into his past and find out all about him and what led him to this point. I’m very intrigued by this man.
I honestly cannot recommend this enough, you need to get one clicking; do not let this one slip you by!
“Dani and I are just admiring the view,” Mrs. Hampton said. I gasped, silently of course. She had to be well into her seventies, but the naughty chuckle that left her lips and the dig from her elbow into my side, had me desperate to laugh out loud… “Dani, I wish I’d brought a couple of chairs and a flask,” she said.
Funny how a field full of dead people can be one of the most peaceful places on the earth isn’t it? But then... of course it would be peaceful, it’s not like they can talk, is it?
I can be wearing the scruffiest clothes, no makeup, and my hair a mass of tangles, but I feel like a beautiful woman with a dab of perfume behind my ears.
To clear up any possible confusion, Letters to Lincoln has nothing to do with a dead American President and there were no mentions of a tall bearded man or anyone named Abe. Letters to Lincoln is a British/Contemporary/Women’s Fiction/Family Drama hybrid with the emphasis on family drama, lots and lots of family drama. There were several storylines that often intersect in unexpected and heart-clenching ways with tragedy, betrayals, secrets, lies, loss, friendship, deception, anonymous letter writing, second chances, and new beginnings. Written from a first person POV, this angsty and emotive tale continually squeezed my heart yet plucked at my curiosity and kept me emotionally invested with an insightful and intriguing narrative. Tracie Podger is a master storyteller. I bow to her word prowess.
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From the first chapter, you feel like you have taken a bullet.Read more
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Dani, what a breathtakingly beautiful character.Read more
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You write him a letter?
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