The Two Lives of Lydia Bird
The unputdownable and gorgeously romantic new love story from the Sunday Times bestseller
'Fans of P.S. I Love You will adore this new romantic novel from Josie Silver' Cosmopolitan
What if you could live your great love story again?
NEW NOVEL FROM
THE SUNDAY TIMES
BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF
ONE DAY IN DECEMBER
Lydia and Freddie. Freddie and Lydia. They've been together for almost a decade, and are just about to get married. But then, on Lydia's 27th birthday, Freddie dies in a tragic accident.
Then something unbelievable happens. Lydia gets another chance at her old life with Freddie.
But what if there's someone in her new life who wants her to stay?
A gorgeously romantic love story for fans of PS I Love You and Me Before You, this novel will make you laugh, cry and remind you of what a wonderful gift it is to love and to be loved.
'A beautiful, emotional gift'
'Butterfly-inducing, laugh-out-loud funny'
WHAT EVERYONE IS SAYING ABOUT THE TWO LIVES OF LYDIA BIRD
'Original, emotional and utterly absorbing'
***** 'I LOVE, LOVE, LOVED this book'
'Lydia Bird is a character that will stay with me for a very long time'
'Heartbreakingly beautiful, butterfly-inducing and laugh out loud funny - you've never read a love triangle like this before!'
***** 'Anyone who has been through the loss of someone will be able to relate to this. Heartbreaking, heartwarming, bittersweet, emotional... one of the best romantic reads of the year. Josie Silver has done it again and stolen another chunk of my heart'
'Funny and moving and marvellous. Read with a box of tissues and a box of chocolates'
***** 'I'm an emotional mess yet again. The story was just so heart felt, emotional and unputdownable and it will stay with me for a long time'
'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
***** 'Well she's done it again.. Hooked, loved, adored'
'A brave and clever novel...funny, wise and profoundly comforting'
'Heart-breaking and hopeful - I loved Lydia Bird'