Best is Yet to Come
Katy Colins, Read by Eilidh Beaton

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Narrated By: Eilidh Beaton

Duration: 12 hours and 24 minutes

What to expect

When you feel invisible, friendship can offer a ray of hope

‘Emotional and heartwarming’ Mike Gayle, All the Lonely People

’This life-affirming tale is exactly what we all need to be reading in these trying times’ Heat

Sometimes it’s the things we don’t say that we need others to hear the loudest . . .

Izzy has always taken everything in her stride but motherhood is proving more difficult than she thought. She keeps telling herself it’s just a phase but the dark clouds are starting to appear.

Neighbour and widower Arthur might be in the winter of his life but he’s not ready to be packed off to a care home. He’s determined to do things his way.

When Izzy hears about Arthur’s big move, she offers to help. But Arthur isn’t telling her the whole story. It takes courage to admit you need a friend and when you feel invisible, all you need is a ray of hope. After all, what if the best is yet to come?

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Your favourite authors love The Best is Yet to Come:

‘Uplifting, warm and full of heart’ Cathy Bramley ,My Kind of Happy

‘I’ve never related to a character more’ The Unmumsy Mum

‘Heartwarming and full of hope’ Clare Pooley , The Authenticity Project

‘Emotional and life-affirming’ Isabelle Broom , Hello, Again

‘A gorgeous warm novel’ Paige Toon , The Minute I Saw You

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Readers can’t put down The Best is Yet to Come:

‘This book was exactly what I needed, great escapism’
‘A life-affirming story’
‘Wonderful and heartfelt novel that will swell your heart and leave you smiling’
‘Couldn’t put it down’
‘An absolutely enchanting and heart-warming story’
‘Delightful and touching’
‘An uplifting read that will stay with me’

Genre

Modern & contemporary fiction

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Praise for Katy Colins

‘This emosh read is heartbreaking but uplifting Fabulous

‘A comforting yet emotional read of pure escapism’ My Weekly

‘Emotional and heartwarming’ Mike Gayle, All the Lonely People

‘Let us with a smile on our face’ Bella

‘Heartwarming and full of hope’ Clare Pooley, The Authenticity Project

‘Absolutely gorgeous – heartwarming and emotional. I loved it’ Rachael Lucas, The Telephone Box Library

‘Warm, wonderful and life-affirming’ Cressida McLaughlin, The Cornish Cream Tea Summer

‘A proper feel-good story about an unexpected friendship that brought a happy tear to my eye’ Josie Lloyd, The Cancer Ladies’ Running Club

‘Emotional, uplifting and bursting with hope. This is a story about learning how to live again’ Nicola Gill, The Neighbours

‘Uplifting, heartwarming and utterly life-affirming’ Jessica Ryn, The Extraordinary Hope of Dawn Brightside

‘A special book about love and friendship that will touch your heart’ Alex Brown, A Postcard from Italy

‘Tender, hopeful and uplifting’ Emma Cooper, The First Time I Saw You

‘What a gem! It had me weeping and smiling and I couldn’t put it down’ Emily Kerr, Who Does He Think He Is

‘Joyful, uplifting and wise’ Katie Marsh, My Everything

‘Tackles some important issues in her trademark uplifting way’ Rosie Blake, The Gin O’Clock Club

‘A heartwarming story that reels you in from the first page – a story of friendship and community with two unforgettable characters’ Lynsey James, The Single Dad’s Handbook

‘An uplifting novel about an unexpected friendship full of emotion’ Anna Bell, The Man I Didn’t Marry