The Printed Letter Bookshop by Katherine Reay

Reviewed by Martha Artyomenko

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My Review:

If you are a book lover, a book that features other book lovers warms your heart. This book is totally that way.
The author takes a story of friendship surrounding books that will make you wish the bookstore truly exists somewhere. One thing that is unique about this story is that none of the characters have it “all together”. They have messed up, some more than others. They were not really destined to be friends, until life throws them together.

Love, forgiveness and finding what is truly important in life are the themes of this novel. It is published as Christian fiction, but it is more for the thread of hope, love and forgiveness throughout the novel than for sermons, bible verses and quotes.

I found myself wanting to highlight portions of the novel and remember what was said. I would highly recommend it.

I obtained this book through the publisher and NetGalley. The opinions contained herein are my own.

This book is available for preorder now, as it releases May 14th from Amazon and other book vendors.

“The Printed Letter Bookshop” 

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