The much anticipated and utterly captivating new novel from the author of the 2018 runaway sensation, One Day in December.
Josie Silver is an unashamed romantic who met her husband when she stepped on his foot on his twenty-first birthday. She lives with him, their two young children and their cat in a little town in the Midlands. Her first novel, One Day in December, was a Sunday Times and Kindle Number One bestseller.
Fans of P.S. I Love You will adore this new romantic
novel from Josie Silver * Cosmopolitan *
I read THE TWO LIVES OF LYDIA BIRD in a single sitting - crying, laughing, and rooting for the heroine, who reminds us that the people we love - and the people we lose - change us, and that who we are at the beginning of our story is never who we are at the end of it. What a beautiful, emotional gift Josie Silver has given us -- Jodi Picoult, author of SMALL GREAT THINGS
Heartbreakingly beautiful, butterfly-inducing and laugh out loud funny - you've never read a love triangle like this before! -- Paige Toon, author of FIVE YEARS FROM NOW
On the hunt for a romantic novel which will make you feel all the feels? This book by Josie Silver is definitely one for fans of a good old chick-lit (you can't go wrong) * Glamour, 'Best Books of 2020' *
Original, emotional and utterly absorbing. I couldn't put it down -- Heidi Swain, author of THE CHRISTMAS WISHLIST
This beautiful book had me crying within the first few pages. From the first page, I knew that Lydia Bird was a character that would stay with me for a very long time -- Emma Cooper, author of THE FIRST TIME I SAW YOU
Josie has done it again! This is heart-breaking, heart-warming, and heart-felt... it broke me to pieces and built me right back up again. Beautiful. Generous. Hopeful -- Laura Jane Williams, author of OUR STOP
Funny and moving and marvellous. Read with a box of tissues and a box of chocolates -- Teresa Driscoll, author of I WILL MAKE YOU PAY
A moving and thoroughly engaging tale of and love and loss ... Clear your weekend, switch off your phone and prepare to be entertained -- Mike Gayle, author of THE MAN I THINK I KNOW
A brave and clever novel...funny, wise and profoundly comforting -- Keith Stuart, author of A BOY MADE OF BLOCKS
Heartbreaking and hopeful - I loved Lydia Bird -- Sarah Morgan, author of A WEDDING IN DECEMBER
Moving, heartfelt, achingly sad, yet hopeful and touching, this book will stay with me for a long time. Bravo to Josie -- Vanessa Carnevale
The Two Lives of Lydia Bird excels as a portrait of grief and our rose-tinted view of the past . . . heavier and sadder than its predecessor, yet the ending is hopeful, lending a heartwarming touch to a bittersweet story that is very nearly excellent * Independent *