"In the wake of [Wright's] bestselling Christmas Jars comes a sweetly crafted story. . . heartening, wholesome, humorous, suspenseful and redemptive. It resonates with the true meaning of family and the life-healing power of forgiveness all wrapped up in a satisfying ending." Publisher Weekly
Jack and Laurel have been married for 39 years. They've lived a good life and appear to have had the perfect marriage. With his wife cradled in his arms, and before Jack takes his last breath, he scribbles his last "Wednesday Letter."
When their adult children arrive to arrange the funeral, they discover boxes and boxes full of love letters that their father wrote to their mother each week on Wednesday. As they begin to open and read the letters, the children begin to uncover the shocking truth about the past. In addition, each one must deal with present-day challenges. Matthew has a troubled marriage, Samantha is a single mother, and Malcolm is the black sheep of the family who has returned home after a mysterious two-year absence.
The Wednesday Letters has a powerful message about forgiveness and quietly beckons for readers to start writing their own "Wednesday Letters."
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Thankfully the book is a fast read so if you find yourself like me, someone who hopes there's at least a good ending to the book you're not enjoying, then you can get there quickly.Jul 31 2010 | Read Full Review of The Wednesday Letters
The closeness of the family and the love story of the husband and wife make the book worth reading, but I do have a quibble: the ending.Aug 23 2008 | Read Full Review of The Wednesday Letters
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