When I read the quick synopsis of this book on the Blogging for Books website, I knew I would love it and I was right! This book written by Timothy Lewis (releases 9/17/13) is amazing. The book's main character is Adam Colby who runs estate sales. The book is also written partially in first person for his character. While running sale, he discovers this large collection of postcards that were written over a period of 60 years by a man to his wife. Adam follows the story via the postcards and also finds a person near and dear to the couple who helps him to fill in the gaps of the story. I thought this book was written excellently. The author gives you insight into both Adam's life as well as the couple who wrote the postcards. The back and forth writing and interjection of both stories was really neat. This book was extremely easy to read and once I got into it, I didn't want to put it down. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a sweet love story and a story of redemption because in my opinion, there's a little bit of both in this book. Well done, Timothy Lewis!
As always, If anyone is interested in reading this book, be the first to comment or e-mail me and I'll send it your way!