This is the story of Addy who lives in London and has breast cancer. During a break from her chemotherapy treatment, she comes across a lost letter in which her late father reveals that he had fallen in love with a Moroccan woman. Together with the letter she also finds pictures of her father and the Moroccan woman in which it appears the woman might have been pregnant.
Determined to find answers to this mystery, she decides to travel to Morocco to follow in her father’s footsteps and hopefully meet her half-sibling. In Morocco, she meets a Berber who starts out as her tour guide but soon develops into something else.
The Lost Letter From Morocco is the typical example of a novel that has all the elements to be a great read. Exotic place, the possibility of romance, a character battling severe illness, you get the idea. However, it failed to deliver it. I struggled with the end which I thought did not do service to the rest of the novel. It was not the type of book I expected to be.
I’d like to thank Avon Books and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
One thought on “The Lost Letter From Morocco by Adrienne Chinn”
I don’t handle books with illnesses that are potentially fatal even though breast cancer has a high survival rate. I get to darn emotional. I am sorry the ending didn’t satisfy.
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