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Book Review: The Last Leaf by Gwyn Ellis Pritchard | The Attic Life
Disclaimer: I was offered a digital copy of the book The Last Leaf by Gwyn Ellis Pritchard in exchange for a review. Please note that all opinions and views stated in the review are my own and have no influence, per se. A classic take (take with a grain of salt idiom) on friendship, the rich and the poor, the world around us, countryside escapes, learnings and loads more, The Last Leaf is your ultimate Summery read! Read along to know more about The Last Leaf by Gwyn Ellis Pritchard. SUMMARY “You will have to place a small handful of the maggots under your tongue, and must hold them there for a full two minutes,” Jack instructed Isabella … And boy did they wriggle! She struggled not to wretch! Two worlds collide when a chance meeting brings together Jack and Isabella. Jack, the son of the Head Gardener of the Oakfield Estate, finds himself a friend in the lovely Isabella, the ‘little lady of Oakfield Hall’. Set in Victorian times in the Southern Counties of England – with an intermittent welsh presence in the form of the Jones’ travelling gipsy family – much laughter, dance, music and cultural challenges lie …