Monday, May 25, 2015

BOOK REVIEW - "KISSES ON A POSTCARD" by TERENCE FRISBY


This book was surprisingly good. It tells the story of the lives of two young boys living in London but were sent to the countryside by their parents as there was intense fights going on against the Germany during World War ll. The two boys had to stay with their foster parents, Uncle Jack and Auntie Rose. They were innocent and carefree, and enjoyed their time under the supervision of two complete strangers. When the war ended, the two children had to return home to their parents. And there was this heart-wrenching scene at the railway station when Uncle Jack and Auntie Rose had to bid them farewell.  

I hope they could adapt this novel and produce a film which would be something I would definitely watch. I have already found the theatrical version of this book on Youtube but I think that is not the full version which has been posted.