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  • Wonderful

    I love Fiona McIntosh's writing and this was her best. I lay awake after I'd finished it contemplating 'love' and how for the protagonists, the intensity of their love was something they wish hadn't happened. Loved this labyrinth of a story and all the twists of relationship it unfolded.

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  • Enthralling

    Once again Fiona McIntosh gas transported me back glorious Britain in the 1930s, I felt like I walked with Isla along London Streets and then journeyed with her into tropical India, sipping tea alongside her, trailing behind her on her wards and falling in love beside her.

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  • The Tea Gardens

    I have read several of Fiona Mcintosh's novels and this, like the others, is a star. The main characters are inspiring, believable and vulnerable. The story entwines romantic love and love for humanity that brings about tremendous pain and anguish. And this is told through the background of India in the 1930s and tea cultivation. A most wonderful story.

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  • The Tea Gardens

    Another good read from this author. Meandering through a woman before her time and the choices she makes in her career. Insights into the British in India, the history of medicine and of course love .

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  • Wonderful read

    Isla's passions for love, healing, justice and human rights guided her life journey through opportunities and challenges in the different realities that life can provide.

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