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Touching and heartfelt, yet matter of fact and never sentimental, this biography would also appeal to anyone who has a historical interest in the final years of the Raj and post-colonial India. This book is remarkably easy to read, a genuine tear-jerker, and very hard to put down. A must for all visitors to the Tea Estates.
I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest in India, its people and its history or, indeed, anyone who just loves a good story well told.
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Nicely paced reconstruction of several complementary true stories.Published 6 months ago by Rupert Butler
This has been panned as being amateurishly written, with much too much detail. But it accurately describes wartime Britain and the tragedies of war. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed reading this book, particularly the beginning about Mary and Stuart and their correspondence and then the end about Ann's life. Read morePublished on 19 Mar. 2014 by Vegasmonkey
The otherwise great David Mitchel has definitely lost the 'plot' with this one what a lot of old woman's tea time 'tittle tattle' written like an old woman's memoires stay clear... Read morePublished on 9 May 2013 by Ronald Scott
An emotionally charged real life story about people of different cultures, thrown together in false but difficult circumstances. Showing human nature as it really is. Read morePublished on 26 Mar. 2013 by R. M. Clarke
An engrossing series of stories based on the lives of real people who lived and worked in India before, during, and after the second world war. Read morePublished on 23 Mar. 2013 by S. F. Monk