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  • Only read a few pages

    Would be useful if the summary of the book mentioned that the focus of the choir was to raise funds for Syrian refugees. Book includes the plight of refugees. Was looking for a light-hearted escapism novel. Disappointed

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  • Nice Gentle Read

    A book that is ideal for the beach or beside the pool. Good characterisation a bit sweet but absorbing for all that. I will look out for others by this author.

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  • The olive tree choir

    Wonderful read as always. Leah takes you to the places she writes about and introduces you to the people. Long may she write.

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  • A Real Treat to Read!

    If you're looking for a super read encompassing a whole community - look no further! Ariadne and her partner Hebe have settled on the island of Santaniki, close to Crete, where there are plenty of other ex-pats to socialise with. Ariadne comes up with the idea of getting everyone singing together with a community choir, and as it's heading towards the festive season, perhaps a Carol Concert for Christmas. As we get to know the inhabitants, there is plenty to find out about them all. Secrets and lies come tumbling out as well as events which change their focus. This is a lively read; with a good spread of ages and nationalities, it is a lovely warm read and one which I took to my heart. There is lots going on to keep the reader's attention; the characters are many, varied and so true to life! Both well plotted and extremely well written, this is my first Leah Fleming novel and I really hope it won't be my last. A real treat to read, and well worth a full five stars.

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  • A great read.

    I really enjoyed this book. I thought at the beginning that I was going to be overwhelmed by the numbber of characters but enjoyed learning the history of each one. Absolutely loved the idea of putting the recipes in. Great book :)

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