The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods
A Charming and Uplifting Novel of Self-Discovery and Strength
The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods is a charming and uplifting novel that celebrates the love of reading and the power of books. The story is set in present-day Dublin and follows the lives of Martha, a woman who has escaped an abusive marriage and is trying to stand on her own feet, and Henry, a Ph.D. student who is obsessed with an old manuscript.
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Connecting the two is a missing bookshop that should have been next door to Madame Bowden’s house, where Martha works as a housekeeper. As Henry and Martha learn more about the bookshop, they discover that it seems to want to be found by them.
“A fascinating story that captures the imagination and is totally absorbing. The characters are well-developed and likable, and the narrative is full of intrigue and mysteries.”
The Book Guide® Editor
The Lost Bookshop is a celebration of self-discovery and strength, imbued with a sense of hope and passion. The novel is not afraid to tackle tough themes, but it combines the hardship and reality of life with warmth and magic, creating a wonderful reading experience.
Lost Bookshop (2023) by Evie WoodsThe Lost Bookshop (2023) by Evie Woods
by The Book Guide® Editor4.7/5 Very good