Saturday, 23 October 2021

Three Words For Goodbye by Hazel Gaynor & Heather Webb



I wasn't sure whether I would be posting about Three Words For Goodbye until almost the last page of this book.


The ending made up for some flaws in the earlier parts of the book. 


The positives:


·         The ending – which I won't spoil for you

·         Great locations – Paris, Venice and Vienna

·         A fractious and fractured relationship between 2 very different sisters

·         The pre-war setting - 1937


This book seemed to understand how sisters could underneath it all love each other while being driven to distraction by their behaviour.


Thanks to Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews and Book Reviews by Linda Moore for their recommendations. They managed to write good reviews without spoiling anything.


  1. I have read. books like that, too. The book redeems itself in the end. Have a nice weekend, Carole! xo Diana

  2. I'll read it for locations alone! Thanks for the post.

  3. I haven't read it yet, but I like books about female relationships. On the list


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