Monday 5 February 2018

Review: Random Acts of Kindness Part 2 by Victoria Walters

Welcome to Littlewood, a small town community with a big heart. Abbie has fled London and the humiliation of not being able to make rent after being made redundant. Louise, seriously unlucky in love, has thrown herself into her career at the local hospital. And Eszter, who has travelled from Hungary with her daughter, Zoe, who hopes to reach out to the mother-in-law she never met while her husband was still alive…

Can a little bit of kindness really change your life? Three very different women are about to find out…

Review: It was so lovely to be back in Littlewood with these three fabulous women once more. This is a great follow up to part 1 because this part starts with checking in on where each of these women are now and a little, very gentle and subtle reminder as to where we left them in the last part of the book. These women really are great to read about and the whole premise behind the random acts of kindness is such a comforting concept. 

This part is no less action packed than the last. Eszter is now more established in the community and we get to find out more about her relationship with her husband's mother. I really do think there is going to be way more to this storyline than meets the eye. Eszter seems to be a feisty individual and so I can't wait to see what she gets up to in future parts. Louise is probably the most underrated of the three women. Always there for everyone and always helping others in her role as nurse, I really feel like we're going to see more action from her in future parts too, we definitely get to see a different side to her in part 2, I'm saying no more than that! And Abbie has an important decision to make in part 2. She too is now more established in the community and I have loved seeing her relationship with her sister grow and grow as this story has gone on. 

This part also deals with the subject of the prejudice that surrounds immigration and shines a light on the fact that not everyone is always accepting to people who are new to the country. Obviously this is a warm and comforting read, but it still does bring that issue to the forefront and I liked the fact that this author wasn't afraid to do that. Make no mistake though, this part left me feeling just as warm and fuzzy as part one, with complete story lines for each of these three women. I can't wait to see what part 3 brings!

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