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    The garden of lost and found

    A beautifully writen booj full of emotion and family love and relationshis between real friend. Those that last a lifetime.
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    Wonderful and immersive

    I loved this book and got lost in the characters and storyline. Well drawn out characters and you feel frustrated at them whilst empathising with them, signs of a well written story. I didn’t want this book to finish and got lost in the plot and world created by the author. I have recommended to friends who also loved it and am going to seek out some of the authors previous titles.
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    Excellent

    so good wanted never to put my reader away. Another book i would like to see as a drama. You could close your eyes and picture each page of this book. will be reading more harriet evans books.
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    Annoying

    I did manage to finish but found it highly implausible. Generally it made me annoyed & I should have given up for the sake of my sanity. 5 minutes research would have told the author just how unlikely is the smallpox which is the trigger for the plot (1853 Vaccination Act). We seem supposed to like/admire Liddy who is a monster who watches her daughter die a protracted, agonising death rather than agree to a tracheotomy. Ned & the doctor are no better in permitting this. I could go on but ..........
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