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The Fever Tree - Community Reviews back

by Jennifer McVeigh
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Silver's Reviews
Silver's Reviews rated it 5 years ago
Beautiful, powerful, mesmerizing.... From England to South Africa. From wealth to poverty. From being happy and content to being unhappy and resentful.Frances had no choice but to move to South Africa after her father died. She was left with nothing and definitely didn't want to live with her a...
Kari@ From the TBR Pile
Kari@ From the TBR Pile rated it 5 years ago
Let me start by saying that The Fever Tree is a beautifully written book. The way the author describes the African landscape was wonderful. I did feel like I was a part of the story. She also does a wonderful job of giving us a glimpse into life at the time and the struggles the people went throu...
That's What She Read
That's What She Read rated it 5 years ago
In 1880s London society, a young, wealthy girl’s options were few. When Frances Irvine suddenly finds herself a poor orphan, her limited options become even fewer. Enter Dr. Edwin Matthews, the gentlemen doctor and distant cousin who offers her his hand in marriage and a life in the south African co...
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