Forever Friday by Timothy Lewis

This book was not what I expected.  I was hoping for more history, mixed in with more quaint letter writing.  I was rather disappointed, to tell the whole truth, but it was still cute.

Sorting through the unsold belongings after the Alexander estate sale, Adam Colby is shocked to find a photo album filled with postcards and overflowing with a love story.  Reeling from a recent divorce, Adam is struck with the apparent love that Gabe and Pearl had for each other… even after 60 years.

Adam begins to hunt down clues and begins to understand what love is and what it means to be a couple devoted to each other.  For better or worse.  And while a dying Pearl waits for one last post card from Gabe – forgetting he’s been gone for years – Adam traces the story and finds a love that will never die.

I expected a more Christian theme to this book, and was rather disappointed.  And I was expecting a little more resolution to Adam’s life.  But, overall, I’ll give it 4 stars.

Rating: 4 out 5 stars

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