The Last Letter from Your Lover

The Last Letter from Your Lover A sophisticated page turning double love story spanning forty years an unforgettable Brief Encounter for our times It is When Jennifer Stirling wakes up in the hospital she can remember nothing

  • Title: The Last Letter from Your Lover
  • Author: Jojo Moyes
  • ISBN: 9780670022809
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A sophisticated, page turning double love story spanning forty years an unforgettable Brief Encounter for our times It is 1960 When Jennifer Stirling wakes up in the hospital, she can remember nothing not the tragic car accident that put her there, not her husband, not even who she is She feels like a stranger in her own life until she stumbles upon an impassioned lettA sophisticated, page turning double love story spanning forty years an unforgettable Brief Encounter for our times It is 1960 When Jennifer Stirling wakes up in the hospital, she can remember nothing not the tragic car accident that put her there, not her husband, not even who she is She feels like a stranger in her own life until she stumbles upon an impassioned letter, signed simply B , asking her to leave her husband Years later, in 2003, a journalist named Ellie discovers the same enigmatic letter in a forgotten file in her newspaper s archives She becomes obsessed by the story and hopeful that it can resurrect her faltering career Perhaps if these lovers had a happy ending she will find one to her own complicated love life, too Ellie s search will rewrite history and help her see the truth about her own modern romance A spellbinding, intoxicating love story with a knockout ending, The Last Letter from Your Lover will appeal to the readers who have made One Day and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society bestsellers.

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    1. Jojo Moyes

      Jojo Moyes is a British novelist.Moyes studied at Royal Holloway, University of London She won a bursary financed by The Independent newspaper to study journalism at City University and subsequently worked for The Independent for 10 years In 2001 she became a full time novelist Moyes novel Foreign Fruit won the Romantic Novelists Association RNA Romantic Novel of the Year in 2004.She is married to journalist Charles Arthur and has three children.


    1. I won The Last Letter From Your Lover in a GoodReads First Reads giveaway.This novel depicts a young woman's struggle with her marriage during the 1960s when divorce was taboo and society rules dictated that women be seen and not heard. This novel also depicts a young woman in the present day who struggles with her relationship with a married man and her job at a newspaper, which she is at risk of losing.I got a little lost in this novel, not because it was confusing, but because the voice chang [...]

    2. This is a 'cold case' with 'love story' interspersed through it. Jennifer wakes up in a hospital suffering from total amnesia. That's in 1960. But someone, years later, will take up the cold trail of Jennifer's fate, and follow it faithfully until she knows what has happened to Jennifer.I thought that Jennifer would have to be devious to cheat on her husband. But then, autres temps, autres moeurs. The author manages to make me sympathize with Jennifer. What is great is that never is it told outr [...]

    3. 4.5 starsJojo Moyes knows how to tell a compelling story! This was a very romantic double love story that centered around secret hand written love letters. The first two-thirds of the book was Jennifer Stirling's story taking place in the early 1960's. I'm not sure why I always think I'm not going to like a historical romance, because so far I have loved the ones I've read. This was my favorite part of the book. I felt that Ms. Moyes did a beautiful job of painting a picture of this period of ti [...]

    4. Una historia sin duda cautivadora!!! Es lo primero que leo de esta escritora y me ha conquistado en mayúsculas. Un relato exquisito. Una pluma suave y delicada. Y dos historias de amor a cuál más dura y tierna a la vez. Sin embargo, no he podido darle las cinco estrellas, porque en cada capítulo me perdía y no sabía si estaba en el antes o en el antes del accidente. Pero sí quiero remarcar que las cartas de amor son y más después de haber leído el final de la novela: cuando sabes que r [...]

    5. 3 starsI had a really hard time getting into this. The multiple povs, the story was all over the place in part 1 and was too confusing for me. Also I didnt like present day heroine, Ellie and felt like the author could have left her story out.   It was a forbidden romance with a lot of missed opportunities and I started to get into the story more by part 2 but by part 3 I felt exhausted. There was some good plot twist but by the end it didnt leave me satisfied. Im glad I picked it up though as [...]

    6. I'm expecting that I am one of very few readers who did not absolutely love this book. As far as I can tell, I am the only male who has read it, which may explain my minority view. For the first half, I kept fighting not to abandon it entirely. But as it turns out, this is really two novels: a fairly pedestrian one about a love affair in 1960 and a more engaging sequel forty years later. I wonder if the 400-page book could have simply started in the middle and been a lot better.Why did the first [...]

    7. I cannot believe how much I disliked this book. I tried to like it -- I really tried -- but honestly, it's got to be the least satisfying book I've read this year.The first section occurs in 1960, and it's dreadful. The plot is thin and predictable, the characters melodramatic, one-dimensional and stereotypical. The writing is terrible; not only is it over-the-top, but several times I had to re-read sentences to try to figure out what the author was trying to say (never a good sign). Even the se [...]

    8. Add me to the legions of fans of JoJo Moyes. I’m not exactly certain how to classify her books but women’s contemporary fiction suits as well as anything. The two I’ve read were love stories at their core. Some would call them romance, not me. Romantic perhaps.It is 1960. Jennifer Stirling is hospitalized, suffering from memory loss due to a severe car accident. This alone caught my attention as what the brain will forget when stressed interests me. When released she goes home to her husba [...]

    9. This book deserves a better title. Wonderful writing and an intriguing storyline (with a kick-ass twist at the end!).

    10. Must remember to not go by ratings alone. This staggeringly high rating average indicates that the people who picked this up realized it was a sappy romance novel and were actually pleased by that idea. My one star indicates that I am not the intended audience, and I do not appreciate the pretty, trapped wife for whom infidelity is actually a noble act, nor the conveniently awful husband whom she would be right to cheat, or that rich people are predictably the boring and evil people and that th [...]

    11. I first thought, what a great love story Moyes has written, just beautifully done. So a 3 star from megood story, well developed characters, kept my interest. Meaning and depth? Maybe not. But the more I thought about this the higher the rating went. I was so used to her taking on a timely topic.ed suicide in "Me Before You:, the theft of art etc by the Nazi's in "The Girl You Left Behind" and I thought, eh, just a light love story. But the more I thought of this book the more I realized she was [...]

    12. When I started reading this book, I immediately got mildly irritated with all the chick-lit clichés that the first chapter had, and I thought to myself that this was going to be another one of those chick-lit books that are very relaxing to read, but that I've slowly gotten tired of over the years. Then I turned the page, the second chapter started and I was immediately grabbed by the turn in both the story and its vibe. This was a completely different story, and as I kept on reading, I got mor [...]

    13. The title of this book would normally render it one that I would not read. It was a freebie and I picked it up because my library book had not become available yet. And surprisingly, I'm glad I did. The theme caught my attention because it is similar to that in The Things We Never Said by Susan Elliot Wright. Both have two stories based forty years apart whose connection is revealed only in the very last pages of the novel. 1964 and Jennifer Stirling wakes in a hospital after a shocking car acci [...]

    14. What a disappointment. This book was boring and filled with one-dimensional characters. I'm shocked that this is by the same author who wrote "Me Before You" which is one of my favorite books of all time.

    15. A giveaway for this book and ME BEFORE YOU (US only) is on my blog through February 17, 2014, 11:59 pm CST - thank you to the publisher for providing the books. whorublog/?p=2847Jojo Moyes once again proves that neither time nor distance can put out the flames of true love, love that doesn't just connect bodies, but souls. Take Jennifer Stirling and Anthony "Boot" O'Hare. Anthony, a reporter for "The Nation," joined Jennifer and her wealthy husband Laurence at their home on the French Rivera. Fr [...]

    16. This was one of those books that sounds like an incredible story, but the execution of that story is lacking. Spoilers follow, since there is no way to discuss it otherwise. It was a confusing story that could have been great, but, alas, it was presented poorly. The first half of the book is set in either 1960 or 1964. It alternates back and forth between the two time frames. Adding to the confusion is that every time it would switch between the years, the chapter would often start out featuring [...]

    17. Oh my goodness! Big sigh! A delicious read!Started this book yesterday & couldn't put it down until I finished today.Tragic & so sad, and yet hopefulOne of my favourite parts was in a letter where Anthony writes, " have someone out there who understands you, who desires you, who sees you as a better version of yourself, is the most astonishing gift. Even if we are not together, to know that, for you, I am that man is a source of sustenance for me. I'm not sure how I earned the right. I d [...]

    18. Where I got the book: my local library. A book club read. WARNING: A BIT SPOILERISH.This novel kept me on my toes, and therefore interested. It started out with a fairly familiar trope, where the main character is recovering from an accident and can’t remember her life before, but as time goes on she realizes that people are keeping something from her. And then she begins to find letters hidden around her house, and realizes she had a lover—now who WAS that guy anyway?So we began with a litt [...]

    19. 4.5 starsBrilliant, evocative, and tragic (but not without redemption), The Last Letter from Your Lover is as good as Moyes' Me Before You. I started sobbing 90 percent in and haven't yet stopped. I'm a bloody mess; rarely does a book offer such catharsis. The book begins in 1960s London. Two people meet: The aloof, beautiful, polished Jennifer is married to Laurence, a successful, detached, casually cruel businessman who manages various mines in Africa. Anthony is a journalist, divorced, a heav [...]

    20. This is another of Jojo Moyes wonderful stories, this one centering on Jennifer Stirling who wakes up in a hospital in 1960 not knowing who she is or where she is. Having been in a horrible car accident, she has no knowledge of what got her there. Coming home, she discovers that she lives a life of privilege and is living a life with a husband who is cold and unloving. Searching around the house in hopes of discovering who she is, she discovers letters secreted in hiding places, love letters wri [...]

    21. I do not generally read romances but Jojo Moyes manages to write her romance with a bit more substance than most including a catchy story and reasonably realistic characters. This book also has the advantage of being set back a little in the past and the descriptions of relationships and attitudes of the sixties were very true. It was certainly a page turner for me and I especially liked the happy ending. No problem giving it four stars!

    22. یه هزارتوی عاشقانه ی تراژیک و یه شخصیت پردازیِ یونیک! با اینکه یکی دو ماه پیش تمومش کردم هنوز با آنتونی اوهرم و جنیفر استرلینگ و نامه هاشون، اآلی و جان و لورانس و بقیه درگیرم هنوز تو روزگارشون زندگی می کنم :) یکی از بهترین هایی که تجربه کردم

    23. Jojo Moyes siempre me conquista con su forma de escribir, sus historias siempre me acaban envolviendo y conseguen hacerse un hueco en mi corazón.Empecé a leer la novela con unas expectativas muy altas, me lo habían recomendado tan efusivamente Al terminar de leer la primera parte no entendí por qué todo el mundo hablaba de una historia tan bonita y emocionante si, la historia de Jennifer y Anthony estaba bien, como otras que había leído. Pero casi sin darme cuenta los desencuentros de los [...]

    24. 3.5 starsThe Last Letter from Your Lover is a romance complicated by family obligations and missed opportunities. In London in the 1960s, Jennifer is recovering from a serious auto accident and has severe memory loss. She does not remember her wealthy husband who treats her like a possession. She finds some hidden passionate letters, signed only with a B, and tries to piece together her secret life. Who was B?Forty years later, a journalist Ellie comes upon several of B's romantic letters stored [...]

    25. Cautivada por Jojo Moyes. Qué historia preciosa, conmovedora, complicada, intensa me ha encantado. Y eso que al principio el estilo narrativo me resultó un poco enrevesado, más complejo que sus otras novelas, pero enseguida me enganché a la historia y la he disfrutado muchísimo.La recomiendo totalmente.

    26. 4 StarsI think I can tell that Jojo Moyes became one of my favorite authors. I’ve read four books by her and I loved them all. I read The Last Letter from Your Lover back in May, when I had a break from reviewing. I had a pile of books, and I ended up writing mini-reviews for most of them. Not in this case. This book deserves a full review.The Last Letter from Your Lover has similar structure to another Jojo Moyes’s book The Girl You Left Behind. There are two stories in one book. Strangely, [...]

    27. I have loved every book that I have read by Jojo Moyes…Me Before You, Me After You, The Girl You Left Behind, One Plus One, Honeymoon in Paris, and Paris for One, and I have about 6 more of her books on my shelf waiting to be read. She is one author I would recommend without any reservations to anyone who loves stories that while often heartbreaking are also insightful, poignant, clever, and speak of the strength of the human spirit as well as its frailties.Moyes is a consummate storyteller, a [...]

    28. Ok, I have to admit, I liked this book. Definitely chick lit. At times it was very reminiscent of Letters to Juliet and felt like I was reading that story. It did have a love story within a love story. As well as a 40 year gap in one of them. I might have shed a tear even. I've officially been baptized into Moyes' works and now look feverishly to her other stories!

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