The Bluebird Cafe

The Bluebird Cafe John Vir owns a newsagents in Southampton Lucy and Paul are his favoured customers They live next door above Snook s Electrical Store soon to become the Bluebird Cafe With the opening of the cafe G

  • Title: The Bluebird Cafe
  • Author: Rebecca Smith
  • ISBN: 9780747553328
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • John Vir owns a newsagents in Southampton Lucy and Paul are his favoured customers They live next door, above Snook s Electrical Store, soon to become the Bluebird Cafe With the opening of the cafe, Gilbert drifts in Meanwhile John Vir thinks of little else but Lucy.

    One thought on “The Bluebird Cafe”

    1. It is a shame that the characters in this are not quite as likable as you would want them to be. The story is uncomfortable at times, and without have anyone to root for, it begins to fall apart a bit. I wanted to like this, and I'll look for future books by this author, but I won't be recommending this one.

    2. I really did enjoy this book. John Vir was an interesting character as was Lucy. I just love the name of the cafe in the book- The Bluebird Cafe as I believe that the title means that anything is possible in this life.

    3. A meandering story of a cafe, a child who grows up without parents, a lost father and lots of other bits.There was not much more to this story that I can remember

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