Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Review of The Wednesday Letters

Synopsis in a Sentence: After the death of their parents, Jack and Laurel, three adult children try to cope with their loss, while uncovering family secrets along the way.

My Thoughts:
What a quaint and charming book written by author Jason F. Wright! The best kinds of books are the ones which inspire deep feelings within you, and this novel did that for me.

First of all, I love the cover- a deep, rich red with a vintage feel to it. I sort of felt like I might find this book in an antique store, hidden away like a delicious secret next to other dusty, time worn tomes. For those of you, like me, who like to read certain types of books during certain seasons of the year, or even in different types of weather- this is a perfect novel to read around Valentine's Day, which is what I did, even though I am posting about it in April! (I'll slap my hand later for being behind on my reviews again!)

The characters. Jack and Laurel: the two lovebirds. Matthew, Samantha and Malcolm: the three adult children struggling to cope with their parents deaths and find some redemption for themselves in the process. After their parents die in one another's arms at their bed and breakfast, the trio find stacks of love letters that Jack wrote to Laurel throughout the course of their marriage. I won't spoil it, but a shocking family secret is revealed in the letters, prompting them to question everything they know about themselves and their faith.

This book will make you laugh and cry-but most of all, it will inspire you. A sweet, little book about the power of love, faith, family and forgiveness...

Unfortunately, my husband already said "no" to my request for Wednesday letters, but perhaps you will have better luck with your hubby! Slip him this book and it's possible his views on romance and your relationship will change forever :). *Sigh*


  1. So glad my publisher sent me a link to your review. Even more happy that you enjoyed it :)

  2. I listened to this book on a long car ride and it was so good. I loved it. Books that leave you feeling good in the end are the best. Great review!

  3. Charming is the perfect word to describe his book, I agree. I read on Kindle but in my review said it must be an experience to have the copy, you described as I imagined.