The Lost Apothecary: A Novel Free Audiobook Download by Sarah Penner

In The Lost Apothecary, Sarah Penner introduces readers to the sweet, sour and spicy side of a small town life. Penner's descriptions of the smells, sights, and sounds bring her characters to life. They are real people with raw emotions and faults.

The Lost Apothecary is a book written by Sarah Penner. It has a story that follows the lives of three sisters, each of whom have their own unique personality and struggles. All three are set on different paths in life until they are captured by the same man and taken to an abandoned hospital. The sisters must find a way to escape before it's too late.

The Lost Apothecary is a love story, a story about family and belonging and the power of truth. It is a story about hope and healing. And it's a wonderfully tragic story that will stay with you long after it's over.

Lost Apothecary is about an archaeologist and a stonemason who are forced to work together on a project that will bring peace and prosperity but end up stumbling upon secrets that could threaten the world.

The Lost Apothecary is a novel about three women with different perspectives on their lives, brought together through the love of words.

In 1790, the British Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew, London held a contest for the best piece of writing on a certain subject. The winning entry was written by an unknown author and it spoke of a mysterious island paradise, where everything was bright, green, and full of life. While reading this piece, Sarah Penner discovered her passion for plants - she would spend her days with them at the apothecary that her mother owned. When the business fell victim to the rising taxes during war time and was eventually lost forever, Sarah found herself alone in the world with no skills or experience to speak of. But she wouldn't let that discourage her - instead she seized every opportunity in front of her. Nowadays Sarah runs a successful

Published Date 2021-03-02
Duration 10 hours 18 minutes
Author Sarah Penner
Narrated Lorna Bennett, Lauren Irwin, Lauren Anthony
(138 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Fiction & Literature
Parent Category Feminist Fiction, Contemporary Women, Historical Fiction

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