Tuesday, September 6, 2016
life is not often what we think it is...
Lovely story about faith and the search for one's place in the universe. Anil John writes of life in India, and a father and son's love and curiosity of all things extraterritorial. This is the story of the father's journey to self-awareness and self-discovery. The narrative is written by someone to whom English is a second language, yet it's lyrical, it's descriptions of India and the people who live there, beautiful. The main character goes on a spiritual odyssey, learning that life is not often what we think it is, and there are many layers left beyond our comprehension and for us to discover ourselves.
Carole P. Roman