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    At the edge of the orchard

    Typical tracy chevalier. Great details about 1 type of industry with a lovely story to keep u ereadding more
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    At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier

    A thoroughly enjoyable book. Although written from different points of view and in more than one style (narrative, letter form, first and third persons) they were clearly differentiated and never confusing. Set in the US during early settler times, it drew a clear picture of the hardships endured by many.
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    Apples

    What a great story! Beautifully written characters, a fascinating story line and the lure of actual historical facts. My childhood view of Johnny Appleseed is shattered but replaced by a far more fascinating person.
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    Apple tree

    Brilliant story from beginning to end. A book you can't put down easily. Includes true historic references which make it all the more fascinating. Really good read.
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    Apple trees and family

    This is a great read about early settlers in the US frontier and uses a fascination with trees as a metaphor for life and relationships.
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