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  • Thank you

    Heart breaking and lovely all at the same time. Your words brought India to life in my mind. Thank you Rachel.

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  • Evokes the atmosphere of India

    Beautifully written, touching, with authentic descriptions of being a traveller in India. The characters are real and the sense of place is evocative

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  • Beautiful

    I enjoyed the journey through India, makes me want to go and afraid to at the same time. I didnt want the story to end, beautifully done a real treat.

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  • TheTravellers Guide to Belonging

    A fascinating look at India through the eyes of foreigners seeking a sense of belonging. The chacters are well drawn and the writing lush with local detail. You can easily imagine yourself walking with them, enjoying the whiff of fresh curry anf hot chai.

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  • Sweet spot

    This is a well-written book that hits that sweet spot between heavy literature and light entertainment. It's the story of how two restless souls ultimately find contentment and love. The setting in India is fascinating.

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