The Postcard by Fern Britton is a contemporary story surrounding two sets of siblings and secrets from the past. It was a wonderful entertaining read that had my pulse rising as I read towards the conclusion.
Families can be messy affairs – a melting pot for jealousy, hurt feelings and sibling rivalry. This is explored within the pages of The Postcard.
Everyone has secrets. Secrets can become a burden over time. They need to be shared or they will break the person carrying them, with their weight.
The novel delved into the topic of mothers. They come in different forms and can make or mar a child. There are several within the book.