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Title: The Heart Whisperer
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The Heart Whisperer



The Heart Whisperer, like Postcards From The Heart is a comedy with a bittersweet edge. I was really impressed by Ella's writing, she managed to combine humour with high emotion and a little bit of heartbreak. At last, almost two years later her second novel is about to be published. The Heart Whisperer is a book I had been looking forward to since I read Ella Griffin's first book 'Postcards From The Heart'. I rushed out to get in in my local Easons and took It and me straight to Starbucks for a coffee. Two coffees and one tea later, I was completely engrossed in the lives of Ray and Claire, not to mention Dog.

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Reviews: 7
Diredefender
I loved reading this wonderful book, full of personality, dealing with life issues, with a good love story thrown in for good measure.
The characters are great. It was written and I could be there, in the pages, part of the story.
Connorise
well written, good story
Runeterror
Please write more books - love all of them
Cae
Way way back in March 2010, I reviewed Ella Griffin's debut novel Postcards From The Heart. I was really impressed by Ella's writing, she managed to combine humour with high emotion and a little bit of heartbreak. At last, almost two years later her second novel is published.

The Heart Whisperer, like Postcards From The Heart is a comedy with a bittersweet edge. Ella Griffin has an amazing ability to move from comedy to heart-wrenching emotion at the turn of a page.

Claire Dillon is an actress, although not a very successful one. She is thirty-three with no romance in her life, her car is on it's last legs, her flat is owned and subsidised by her best friend (ex Rock Star Ray Devine), and it's really time that she did something about her life. Claire's mother died aged 33, on Claire's seventh birthday. Her mother had it all, two beautiful children, a loving husband and a career as a GP. Claire is determined that by the time her next birthday arrives, she too, will have life sorted.

Ella Griffin has created a cast of characters who are larger than life, and wonderfully realistic. A family, who on the face of it, appear to be happy and settled. Claire the actress, her brother Nick the relationship guru and his shiny, happy American wife Kelly. Their father is a little odd, eating only omelettes and Jaffa Cakes, but he's happy in his own way. Claire's best friend Ray Devine is her rock, once a very successful rock star, he now lives on the royalties from his most famous song and makes sure that Claire is well cared for.
Possibly the best, most lovable character of the story is the wonderful Dog! Claire's Dad rescued the aged mongrel many years ago, after a group of louts tied him to a shopping trolley and let him loose. Known as 'Dog' ever since, he is a old, wiry haired, eat and chew anything sort of guy - obsessed with the TV News programme and able to win over the heart of the most serious dog-hater.

I have only praise for Ella Griffin's writing and I loved The Heart Whisperer as much as her first novel. I laughed and I cried as Claire discovered the secrets that had been kept from her over the years. I cheered when she found happiness and I hissed when she was betrayed - I rooted for her on every page.

Claire's friend Ray and her brother Nick feature heavily in the story, and their accompanying stories blend well with Claire's. There are a lot of characters to keep up with at times, but each one adds something extra to the story, adding a different perspective and often a touch of humour.

This is a smart and uplifting story cleverly written with humour and emotion. It is modern and will appeal to anyone who has ever enjoyed authors such as Marian Keyes and Milly Johnson.
Quynaus
The Heart Whisperer is a book I had been looking forward to since I read Ella Griffin's first book 'Postcards From The Heart'. I rushed out to get in in my local Easons and took It and me straight to Starbucks for a coffee. Two coffees and one tea later, I was completely engrossed in the lives of Ray and Claire, not to mention Dog. The familiar, comforting setting of Dublin, as it had in Postcards, made the characters seem like people I know - real people with real feelings about their past, present and future. Ella Griffin has, with great talent, interwoven the lives of her characters seamlessly and with fabulous wit and compassion. Although I powered through the first half of the book in pretty much one sitting, the second half was more difficult to read. This is not in any way a reflection of the book, but a reflection of my mother's ability to swipe a book that I am obviously enjoying and become completely engrossed in it herself! Having managed to retrieve the book, I really enjoyed finishing it and was sorry that it had come to an end. I'm already looking forward to Ella's next novel. Not since Marian Keyes have I become so excited about an author. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves friendship, life, wit and humour. This book has all four in abundance.
Reddefender
I loved this book. I was invested in it from page one. Claire is a wonderful character, who has lived her life in the shadow of guilt over her mother's death. I was rooting for her to sort her life out, and every new revelation made me feel for her and become more on her side. I enjoyed Ray and the humour he brought to the novel.

Nick was a different sort of character, at first I found him difficult to warm to but as the novel progresses we see more of his personality and the person he used to be, and I couldn't help but feel sympathetic towards him.

I particularly enjoyed the minor characters. Willow was excellent, I laughed at all her mispronounciations and she brought out a wonderful side of Ray's character. A special mention of course must be given to Dog, I fell in love with him. He was amazing. With plot twists at every turn and the ability to have you laughing one minute and crying the next, this is a definite winner from Ella Griffin.