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As with all of catherine czerkawskas books i read her new novel the physic garden at a stretch so strong was the story and so authentic the voice of the first person narrator and then i spent days dwelling on it and more weeks thinking about it before i felt able to put my thoughts in order for a review. Little remains of the original glasgow university and its botanic garden the main setting for catherine czerkawskas the physic garden unlike the physic garden buried beneath edinburghs waverley station theres not much to commemorate where the garden and grounds once stood behind glasgow universitys old college nor the people who laboured there. From the first pages of the physic garden the shadow of grief and betrayal looms large catherine czerkawska draws us into the heart of that betrayal and the pain it has caused whilst simultaneously withholding its precise nature and full extent until the final pages mari biella read more. Read the physic garden by catherine czerkawska available from rakuten kobo sign up today and get 5 off your first purchase moving poetic and quietly provocative the independent city life in the early nineteenth century was never short of