Eden Gardens

  • Louise Brown

  • ISBN: 9780750544962

£22.99

Calcutta, the 1940s. In a ramshackle house, streets away from the colonial mansions of the British, live Maisy, her Mam and their ayah, Pushpa. Whiskey-fuelled and poverty-stricken, Mam entertains officers... more

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Calcutta, the 1940s. In a ramshackle house, streets away from the colonial mansions of the British, live Maisy, her Mam and their ayah, Pushpa. Whiskey-fuelled and poverty-stricken, Mam entertains officers in the night - a disgrace to British India. All hopes are on beautiful Maisy to restore their good fortune. But Maisy's more at home eating bazaar food and speaking Bengali with Pushpa, than dancing in glittering ballrooms with potential husbands. Then one day Maisy's tutor falls ill. His son stands in. Poetic, handsome and ambitious for an independent India, Sunil Banerjee promises Maisy the world. So begins a love affair that will cast her future as the empire begins to crumble...
Eden Gardens by Louise Brown

Genre
General Fiction

ISBN(s)
Large Print Hardback: 9780750544962
(01 Dec 2017)

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