'Honest and beautifully written' Woman & Home
The heartwarming classic about love and family from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Love, Iris will make you both laugh and cry.
How would you say goodbye to those you love most in the world?
it's time for Barbara to say a final farewell to her four daughters. But how can she find the words? And how can she leave them when they each have so much growing up to do?
There's commitment-phobic Lisa. Brittle, unhappily married Jennifer. Free-spirited traveller Amanda. And teenage Hannah, stumbling her way towards adulthood.
Barbara's answer is to write each daughter a letter, finally expressing the hopes, fears, dreams and secrets she couldn't always say.
These words will touch the girls in different - sometimes shocking - ways, unlocking emotions and passions to set them on their own journey of discovery through life.
'Enchantingly clever. I cried, I laughed, I couldn't put it down' Penny Vincenzi
Enchantingly clever. I cried, I laughed, I couldn't put it down
Her stories strike a genuine chord . . . an irresistible comfort read
Honest and beautifully written
It would be a hard heart indeed that remained unmoved . . . the tender feelings Noble engenders in her readers are to be cherished
Incredibly thought-provoking and poignant
This powerful tale packs an emotional punch
An emotional rollercoaster
A journey through emotionally-charged mother-daughter territory . . . it may just kickstart the practice of letter-writing again
Praise for Elizabeth Noble
Noble is the mistress of the tearjerking message of love
Elizabeth Noble introduces Gigi Gilbert, the heroine of her novel Love, Iris. 'That's how I picture her at least – one of life's radiators'.
Could a secret from another time change your life? Read an extract from Elizabeth Noble's uplifting story about love in all its forms