The Australian Book Review published a lovely review by Danielle Clode in its June-July edition No: 382.
“One of the other strengths of this delightfully written book lies in the author’s ability to evoke landscape. Barry’s descriptions of Gareloch in Scotland and Augusta in Western Australia provide a real insight into the passion that drove Georgiana. …. Barry makes impressive use not only of a wealth of archival research, but also of location research, a technique more commonly employed by creative writers to generate atmosphere and sense of place, than in more traditional histories and biographies.”
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