The Lost Letters of William Woolf PDF/EPUB ä The Lost

The Lost Letters of William Woolf PDF/EPUB ä The Lost SHORTLISTED FOR NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR, IRISH BOOK AWARDS If you liked Harold Fry and Me Before You, you will love Cullen s nostalgic debut This life affirming book will draw you in and keep you there IndependentDelightful Sunday Times Deeply moving Irish Times I found myself totally transported into William s poignant and beguiling world of lost opportunities and love A J Pearce, author of Sunday Times bestseller Dear Mrs Bird Inside East London s Dead Letters Depot, William Woolf unites lost mail with its intended recipient White mice, a miniature grandfather clock and a full suit of armour are among the unusual items lost then found thanks to William s detective workBut when he discovers a series of letters addressed only to My Great Love , everything changes Written by Winter to a soulmate she hasn t yet met, her heartfelt words stir William in ways he has long forgotten Could they be destined for him But what about his troubled marriage William must follow the clues in Winter s letters to solve the mystery of his own heartAs heard on BBC RadioThe Steve Wright Show An enchanting contribution to the popular new trend of up lit such as Gail Honeyman s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine Irish Times Captivates William has what seems to be the best job in the world Honest yet lyrical, Cullen s characters are drawn with sympathy Lose yourself The Scotsman

10 thoughts on “The Lost Letters of William Woolf

  1. Cheri Cheri says:

    NOW AVAILABLEA time it was, and what a time it was, it wasA time of innocenceA time of confidences Long ago it must beI have a photographPreserve your memoriesThey re all that s left youOld Friends Bookends, Simon and Garfunkel, Songwriters Paul SimonMore than kisses, letters mingle souls Letters with no address belonging to the sender and a missing or unclear destination are lucky if they end

  2. Louise Wilson Louise Wilson says:

    Inside the Dead Letters Depot in East London, William Woolf is one of thirty letter detectives who spend their days solving mysteries missing postcodes, illegible handwriting, rain smudged ink, lost address labels, torn packages, forgotten street names are just a few of the puzzles they have to try and solve so that the recipient gets the letters parcels that were intended for them.When William d

  3. Kendall Kendall says:

    I found the premise of this story to be fascinating and brilliant William Woolf works at the Dead Letters Depot as a letter detective His primary job is to try and get letters and packages to their final destinations when they names addresses have been worn off etc Can I just say how cool is that job I feel like you would find some fascinating letters and parcels William is married to Claire and sh

  4. Dale Harcombe Dale Harcombe says:

    William works as a letter detective in the Dead Letters Depot in East London Each day he deals with letters with missing postcodes, letters wrongly addressed, writing that is illegible and various letters and parcels with no return address As a young man it is not what he saw himself doing When he first met Clare, he had great plans Over the years things had changed When William discovers letters in

  5. ❄️Nani❄️ ❄️Nani❄️ says:

    3.5 Up until the last few chapters this was a solid 4 star read Then it became somewhat cheesy and,annoyingly, a bit too convenient.

  6. Susie Wang Susie Wang says:

    A great idea with sub par execution.I honestly thought I was going to love this one But I don t think I ve ever read another contemporary novel so slow And for such a slow pacing, you d think there s a full resolve at the end But no, there s no concrete ending at all The writing was okay, but it dragged on so much, I had to skim some parts Otherwise, I might have quit reading it altogether.Would not reco

  7. Joanna Park Joanna Park says:

    I loved the premise of this book The idea that there are people who are willing to take the time to get lost post back to the rightful owners is a lovely one and I do hope there is a Dead Letters depot somewhere Some of the personal stories behind the post were beautiful to read about and quite emotional at times when you read about the intended recipient finally opening their post There was a bit of a nos

  8. Joanne Robertson Joanne Robertson says:

    Letter writing is a sadly a dying art nowadays and one that I have to admit to missing terribly although my dad still very much enjoys writing letters to his great grandchildren The look of excitement in their eyes, when a letter addressed to them lands on the doormat, is a joy to behold and always makes me wish there werehandwritten letters sent to us So I was immediately attracted to the stunning cover of

  9. Thebooktrail Thebooktrail says:

    I read this in the bank holiday sunshine and whilst it s not a Booktrail book it s set in London but that s about it the real setting is the art of communication, reuniting people with their memories, lost letters, words of love and reassurance that have become lost over time, letters of rejection even, letters giving bad news, but all of them lost and not with their rightful owner.There s a special Dead Lette

  10. Wendy Wendy says:

    The Lost Letters of William Woolf provides sanctuary to abandoned words and a voice so second chances might be heard I was swept along on its trail of serendipity, while it healed hearts and broke others in its wake One of the Post Office Poirots is, as the title would suggest, William Woolf He works at the Dead Letter Depot and it s his job to care for all manner of stray mail that, for one reason or another,

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