Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts
Fiction ~ Drama ~ Travel ~ Relationships and so much more
This was a fantastic journey through an unforgettable man’s life in India. It’s a long book, but full of new story lines and characters to keep your interest. I loved the language used to describe scenes, which managed to paint the picture and bring life to the emotions.
Fugitive Pieces by Anne Michaels
Fugitive Pieces is an imaginative and thought-provoking story that carries the reader through emotions experienced by a handful of Jewish people who managed to survive WWII. Raw emotion is reflected in a way that makes it accessible to the reader, a creative edge made real by the poetic nature of the writing.
My only complaint is that I was not always clear where the story was going, especially when the main character changed midway through.
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
Fiction ~ Drama ~ Life Story ~ Sisters
This is the first book I have ever wanted to re-read the moment I finished - and I am back on page 33 as I write this review! The writing is incredibly detailed, it captivates you into a story like few authors do.
If you enjoy stories that peek inside people’s lives and chauffeur you along an unexpected and intriguing tale, then this book is for you.
Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Fiction ~ Cross-cultural ~ Woman's Life
Loved the perspective from a Nigerian moving to America. It kept me turning the pages to find out where her life would go next.
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Explore remote treks in Iceland and Bhutan, uncover fascinating festivals in Malawi and secluded Himalayan settlements. Pique your curiosity with fascinating temples in Sri Lanka or the eclectic urban city of Havana, Cuba.
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