Review Letters to the Lost Iona Grey

letters to the lost


1943, in the ruins of Blitzed London…Stella Thorne and Dan Rosinski meet by chance and fall in love by accident. Theirs is a reluctant, unstoppable affair in which all the odds are stacked against them: she is newly married, and he is an American bomber pilot whose chance of survival is just one in five…He promised to love her forever Seventy years later Dan makes one final attempt to find the girl he has never forgotten, and sends a letter to the house where they shared a brief yet perfect happiness. But Stella has gone, and the letter is opened by Jess, a young girl hiding from problems of her own. And as Jess reads Dan’s words, she is captivated by the story of a love affair that burned so bright and dimmed too soon. Can she help Dan find Stella before it is too late? Now forever is finally running out.

My Thoughts 

Warning –  you will have a severe book hangover after reading this book

Omg this book is just beautiful I have no words (but I will try)  I devoured it in 2 days if I could of stopped normal life and shut myself in a room with this book I would of done, I could not get enough. A lot people have been put off reading this because its a very chunky read 560 pages – please don’t let this put you off I actually wished it was a longer read

A Beautiful romantic story ,I loved how Iona wrote about Wartime England, i’m not the biggest historical fiction fan this book has certainly changed my mind

Best scene the whispering gallery breathtaking

This has to be my favorite book of the year by far

5 of 5  stars

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