“The pictures could not convey the scents and sounds of Greece.
They merely afforded a snapshot, a glimpse.
Nevertheless, she was falling in love…”
Praise for Cartes Postales from Greece
“Hislop’s passionate love of the country breathes from every page.” Dail Mail
“Hislop’s love affair with Greece continues, bringing the country triumphantly to life . . . [her] imaginative and compelling stories paint a remarkable portrait of Greece and its history.” Viv Groskop, Sunday Express
“A lavish love letter to Greece…” Sunday Mirror
“Hislop has woven colour photographs of the stunning Greek landscape into her narrative. I enjoyed being transported to Greece on Hislop’s wings of words and vivid descriptions … Cartes Postales From Greece contains all the elements of a classic Hislop…” Daily Express
“When it comes to tales about Greece, Hislop is an undisputed queen – and this is easily her best novel yet.” Heat
“Victoria Hislop writes so vividly about the Med, you can almost feel the scorching heat.” Good Housekeeping
(by Anna Roins for Authorlink) The Sunday Times best-seller, Cartes Postales from Greece is a new, ground-breaking novel from Victoria Hislop, the internationally acclaimed bestselling author of The Island, The Return, The Thread, and The ... Read More
Bestselling author Victoria Hislop on gorge-walking, water skiing, the drama of Delphi and her favourite Greek beach (from Wanderlust Magazine) I have a very strong connection with Greece. Nobody knows where it comes from, least ... Read More
Since May 2013, Victoria has been an official ambassador for UK based, international charity Lepra. They work on the ground in India, Bangladesh and Mozambique improving the lives of those affected by neglected diseases like ... Read More
(Telegraph magazine 19 September 2016) Oil painting This is by my uncle Neville Eldridge, an artist. He’s 89 and still paints every day, always with lots of light, optimism and energy. To me, he has ... Read More
The novelist Victoria Hislop has fallen in love with a little-known area of the city. She describes the places few tourists see. (September 24 2016, The Times) Not long ago, during a quiz on Greek ... Read More