'An utterly absorbing and blissfully romantic read' Daily Telegraph 'Beautifully written ... an exquisite tale of love lost, love found and the power of letter writing.' ***** Sunday Express 'A gorgeously romantic and partner-ignoringly compulsive read ... Immaculately paced, genuinely touching and stuffed with Mad Men-esque period details, it's a page-turner that loves words themselves.' Independent on Sunday 'The best book of the summer ... a totally un-put-downable read but one that should come with a severe warning: this will make you cry buckets on the beach. Beautiful.' Stylist 'Wonderfully moving and unashamedly romantic ... packed with emotion, it will have you captivated from the very first page' Woman 'Two stories brilliantly intertwine in this unputdownable, top-class romantic read. You'll need to have Kleenex at the ready.' Woman & Home 'A dramatic, romantic tale of lost love letters, broken hearts and hopeful outcomes ... The story is incredibly moving, as Moyes explores the way that love and loss and a few words can make a new life or break a heart' Marie Claire 'A fabulously romantic tale that should inspire you to scribble some love notes of your own' Glamour 'Perfectly balanced - a real page-turner and impossible to put down' ***** News of the World 'Vivid, moving and cleverly constructed. Passion, love and loss are the big themes - prepare to weep' Sainsbury's Magazine 'This poignant novel will make your heart flutter' ***** Heat 'If you are looking for a thoroughly romantic read that will have you grabbing for the tissues with tears of joy and sadness then this is a must read. It's full of warm and wonderful characters and will keep you reading in to the wee small hours not wanting it to end. Pure romance.' Lovereading.co.uk 'Passion, heartbreak, love, loss and second chances link the lives of the two women in this superbly crafted, gripping novel. It's compulsive reading, impossible to put down' Choice 'Stylish, romantic - and a real weepy!' ***** Woman's Own 'The tales are accompanied by real-life 'last letters' that will leave you sobbing' Easy Living 'Lose yourself in this emotional tale!' ***** Star 'Moyes brings intelligence and wit to the traditional romance and this gorgeous novel kept me reading till the small hours.' Saga 'The timeless romance is achingly moving' Candis 'For proper, spellbinding romance, they don't come better than The Last Letter from Your Lover' Sunday Herald 'A wonderful, romantic read' My Weekly 'A wonderful, emotional book - just make sure you put aside enough time to sit down and enjoy it uninterrupted.' www.thebookbag.co.uk 'If you like your thrills romantic, this won't disappoint' ***** SHE Book of the Month A fabulous, emotional and evocative book - perfect for anyone who loves Mad Men Sophie Kinsella 'Epic, romantic and completely and utterly brilliant. My book of the year.' Lisa Jewell 'Exciting, moving, intriguing; the atmosphere's perfect, the plotting is masterly, the characters are brilliant' Penny Vincenzi 'I read it in one giant greedy gulp. Jojo Moyes is a brilliant writer.' India Knight 'I lost myself completely in THE LAST LETTER FROM YOUR LOVER, I totally adored it. Utterly compulsive and swooningly romantic, it's just perfect.' Jenny Colgan 'This paper does not always look kindly on pink-jacketed pieces of chick lit. But Moyes is that delicious thing: a chick lit authoress more interested in how things are than in Hallmark card-style cliche ... you'll be glued to it right through ... Delicious? Certainly. Tear-jerking? You'll see.' Zoe Strimpel, City A.M. '[Provides] a peek at love through poignant letters ending relationships.' News of the World 'I am evangelical about this book ... properly old-fashioned romantic but it's an amazing amazing piece of plotting ... stunningly romantic ... I think it should win [the Romantic Novel of the Year Award].' BBC Radio 2 Claudia Winkleman
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Jojo Moyes was born in 1969 and brought up in London. A journalist and writer, she worked for the Independent until 2001. She lives in East Anglia with her husband and three children. Jojo has twice won the Romantic Novelists' Association Novel of the Year Award: in 2011 for The Last Letter From Your Lover and in 2003 for Foreign Fruit. The Ship of Brides and Silver Bay were shortlisted for the 2005 and 2007 RNA award and Silver Bay was shortlisted for the inaugural Good Housekeeping 2007 Book of the Year award. You can read Jojo's blog or find out more from her website, www.jojomoyes.com, follow her on Twitter @jojomoyes or find her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jojo.moyes.