Item description for The Wednesday Letters by Jason F. Wright...
Overview After the death of their parents, three siblings return home to make funeral arrangements and find boxes full of love letters that their father wrote to their mother each week on Wednesday, uncovering the shocking truth about the past. 50,000 first printing.
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Jason F. Wright is the national bestselling author of Christmas Jars. He's also a consultant whose editorial articles on politics, pop culture, and public policy have appeared in newspapers and magazines nationwide. He serves as founder and managing editor of the widely read political destination, PoliticalDerby.com.
Jason fell in love with Virginia's Shenandoah Valley while researching the area for The Wednesday Letters, and with the enthusiastic blessing of his wife, Kodi, he recently relocated with her and their four children to the historic town of Woodstock. A sign on their door says, "Friends welcome. Family by appointment only."
Reviews - What do customers think about The Wednesday Letters?
Not as great as I hoped Dec 2, 2008
It honestly wasn't what i expected and wanted it to be. It is not a cute love story so beware!
Amazing book Nov 6, 2008
This book is a spectacular read. I got so entranced by it that I read it cover to cover in one evening. Absolutely worthwhile to buy. Makes you appreciate love, life, and family.
Good, not great Oct 30, 2008
Wednesday Letters is a book about an old couple named Jack and Laurel who own a bed and breakfast. Jack is very sick and everyone knows he is going to die. But what comes as a shock is Laurel dies too. The funeral brings their three children Matthew, Samantha & Malcolm back together. Matthew is married and trying to adopt a child with his wife, Samantha is a cop who stayed in town, and Malcolm has been on the run from the law in Brazil for the past 2 years. The kids come across a bunch of letter that Jack has been writing to Laurel every Wednesday for their entire relationship. A devestating secret is uncovered while reading the letters.
I enjoyed this book. Its an easy read...280 pages. Too much religious talk for my taste though.
Thank you, Mr. Wright! Oct 30, 2008
An honest portrayal of happiness, grief, anger, regret, love and redemption. This story covers and captures all emotions.
Don't read other people's mail Oct 24, 2008
While this book is well written and has an interesting approach, I did not find it very satisfying. I enjoy a book more if I like the characters in it, and in this case, I found I hoped I never met some of them.The story line was predictable and with few surprises. It reminded me of the old soap operas on radio. This one will not remain on my book shelf.