From INTERNATIONAL BEST SELLING AUTHOR Sara Alexi, who ranks as definitely certainly one of Amazon.co.uk's TOP Literary Fiction authors
The first inside the Greek Village Collection
Sara Alexi weaves an entrancing story of the burgeoning relationship that develops between two people from very completely totally different backgrounds and cultures, an English woman dwelling in Greece and the Pakistani illegal immigrant who turns into her gardener and residential boy.
Each comes with their very personal points, their very personal earlier baggage, and he or she explores these with sympathy and understanding along with the varied nuances of the variations in cultures as they turn into more and more relying on each other.
This could be a book which will keep on with you long after you've accomplished learning…
What totally different readers have to say about The Illegal Gardener …
'A really intelligent, shifting book.'
'Delicate with fantastically crafted characters that you just truly cared about.'
'The Illegal Gardener' is a story of betrayal, love, perception and friendship. Not a romance nevertheless perhaps a lesson in life on merely how youthful minds is perhaps damaged by spite or thoughtlessness, and the best way these self similar minds could also be repaired by true buddies.'
'I was captivated from the start unable to put the book down.'
'The Illegal Gardener' is a pleasing story, crammed not solely with love of Greece nevertheless a deep understanding of the types of affection which can convey people collectively.'
'reminiscent of Stays of the Day.'
'The author has giant potential and if she retains writing and creating like this then I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to see her determine on a future Man Booker report!'
'A superb story correctly suggested. Shades of Stienbeck and Bradbury.'
'A most charming and delicate book.'
For many who beloved 'The Pact' or 'The Story Teller' by Jodi Picoult, 'Obligatory Lies' by Diane Chamberlain, 'The Thread' or 'The Island' by Victoria Hislop or 'The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry' by Rachel Joyce you'll love this book…