The Garden Club and the Kumquat Campaign
A NovelUnknown - 1996
In The Garden Club, writer Des Kennedy presents a warm and witty social satire of old-growth proportions. And in the process of unfolding, the humourous story celebrates the redemptive powers of love and trust, and the splendid rhymes of nature.
In this light-hearted first novel Kennedy explores diversity and eccentricity, the pleasures of the natural world, and the thrill of a madcap adventure.
"A beautifully written, funny, hopeful book" --Jane Rule