Dear Anyone by Sue Whitaker @ETAPublishing @etabookclub


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Rosie Amber

Dear Anyone by Sue Whitaker
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Three Point Five Stars

Dear Anyone is a story written in the form of letters between Ava Cunningham, a woman with pancreatic cancer who lives in Swanage in England and a prisoner in the Florida state prison. They are both suffering for very different reasons and find comfort in reaching out and bearing their souls to a complete stranger rather than those closer to home.

Throughout their correspondence their friendship grows ending in them finally meeting and getting a happy ever after ending.

I would have liked to see a wider difference in the writing styles of both characters for this book to work better for me, the prisoner was surprisingly very eloquent for one whose earlier life lacked much education.

This review was for ETA Book Review Club

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