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Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Prasanna - Goodreads

Blunt, filthy, and unapologetic. A mixture of fiction and fact, referred to him as 'faction', this book is the beginning of his Burgher Trilogy. The story itself is a thinly veiled retelling of his ... Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Derek Issacs - Goodreads

Very good. Looking forward to read the next to in this trilogy Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Vijai Jayaram - Goodreads

though this is the first book in the series, I read it after the second book' yakada yaka'...it was funny no doubt but dint seem to match up to the roller coaster ride served up by YY. I may be ... Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Tasneem - Goodreads

I love this book, this depiction of Ceylon and the Burghers during this late colonial period. Of course, this book shows you the class of Burghers that weren't doctors and lawyers, but the working people who lived and mixed with the people of Ceylon. Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Chaminda Peries - Goodreads

January 28, 2013 By Chaminda Peries A friend of mine, bought me this book because I told him that I had started to read books written by Sri Lankan authors. A bit of a rare breed. I enjoyed this book ... Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Hasini - Goodreads

read this long time ago...enjoyed it thoroughly! Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Neeraj - Goodreads

hillllllllarrrious history of ceylon over many generations!! Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Amaali - Goodreads

The flow is so natural. Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Halik - Goodreads

Muller is blunt and doesn't cut corners. His characters are always 'putting parties' and using other such 'srilankanisms' at whim. Read full review

Review: The Jam Fruit Tree (The Burgher Trilogy, Book 1)

User Review  - Jagadish - Goodreads

Sad and funny. Reminds one of the hundreds of Anglo-Indians of Bangalore, Calcutta and Madras... slowly going the way of the Dodo.. Read full review


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