Living in New York and working in the book publishing world, Noel Post has left her painful childhood behind her and has no plans to ever return to her childhood home in Utah. Then she receives a phone call from her dying father, asking her to come home one last time, but she doesn't arrive in time to say goodbye. Noel suffers further life changing news while she is in Utah, and decides to take some time to regroup and learn more about the bookstore she inherited from her father. She begins to receive anonymous letters offering advice and guidance for her future. Who is writing these letters and how are they so insightful?
The Noel Letters is a novel full of hope, which I think we could all use right now. If reading Richard Paul Evans is not one of your holiday traditions, now is the time to add this to your Christmas list.
I received this book courtesy of Gallery Books through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.