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SUMMARY à Letters from Skye ☆ ❮Download❯ ✤ Letters from Skye Author Jessica Brockmole – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk A sweeping story told in letters spanning two continents and two world wars Jessica Brockmole’s atmospheric debut novel captures the indelible ways that people fall in love and celebrates the power A sweeping story A sweeping story told in letters spanning two continents and two world wars Jessica Brockmole’s atmospheric debut novel captures the indelible ways that people fall in love and celebrates the power of the written word to stir the heart   March Twenty four year old Elspeth Dunn a published poet has never seen the world beyond her home on Scotland’s remote Isle of Skye So she is astonished when her first fan letter arrives from a college stude. I thought this would be a lot better than it was It's just one step above your standard WWII romance novel not particularly deep or insightful And adultery just isn't romantic to me no matter how you package it I read half and skimmed the restKim in the comment thread had a good suggestion Forget this novel; just look at pictures of Skye instead Much better I promise

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Fallen for a pilot in the Royal Air Force Her mother warns her against seeking love in wartime an admonition Margaret doesn’t understand Then after a bomb rocks Elspeth’s house and letters that were hidden in a wall come raining down Elspeth disappears Only a single letter remains as a clue to Elspeth’s whereabouts As Margaret sets out to discover where her mother has gone she must also face the truth of what happened to her family long ago. This was a uick book to read and it was a nice book Switches between 1912 and 1940 but this is not mainly a historical novel per say though it does touch on the war the ambulance drivers and the aircraft it is without doubt a love story Wished the letters would have included information about the Isle of Skye because I felt that this novel lacked depth When I first started there were times when I was bored and wished they would hurry up and write something half way interesting I guess I just never really bonded with any of the characters The last fifty pages were the best and so once again this is a nice book an easy book to read and I am sure other readers will find it of interest than I did ARC from publisher

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Letters from SkyeNt David Graham in far away America As the two strike up a correspondence sharing their favorite books wildest Letters from Epubhopes and deepest secrets their exchanges blossom into friendship and eventually into love But as World War I engulfs Europe and David volunteers as an ambulance driver on the Western front Elspeth can only wait for him on Skye hoping he’ll survive   June At the start of World War II Elspeth’s daughter Margaret has. After the topic of depression and suicide in my last read I needed something lighter This is unashamedly a love story Elspeth a published poet receives a fan letter one day in 1912 that leads into correspondences with a young man that encompasses World War 1 Yes you can see where it is heading from the start and that romance will develop but it is about the letters and the journey that is the key because this romance is not as simple as it first appears There are other letters in the narrative from Margaret to Paul and an uncle she has never met These are during 1940 and take in some of the events in World War 2 Margaret wants to know about her father and why her mother has kept so much of her life a secret It doesn’t take a genius to figure out where this is heading Even when I didn’t agree with the choices made by these characters at times somehow I got sucked in to reading this novel very uickly I did think the Isle of Skye itself could have been revealed than it was I never really got a clear picture of it But all in all I enjoyed this novel and really liked the cover Worth reading if you want something light and you might just find your emotions involved at times