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As always, Michener spins a great story around history and location.
(This is a VERY illuminating book to read after September 11th...) The characters are interesting, and the book just zooms along: I finished it in no time flat.
He outlines how an American woman and an American man adapt to Afghanistan's Islamic culture. "Caravans" is an excellent novel.
Gave me insight to the tribes of which we are dealing with today.Published 3 days ago by Joyce Davis
Amazing how relevant this book is today even though it was written in 1963. Much has not changed.Published 6 days ago by M. Jackson
Was not disappointed.
The cover does not do it justice.
Quite an adventure.
Had not known the author had been there in person until the ending credits. Read more
Caravans is a fascinating trip through a post-WWII Afghanistan. In a compelling, page-turning story through the eyes of a sympathetic young diplomat and both modern and primitive... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Sparkypups
This was a birthday gift for mom. She likes it. Thank you.Published 20 days ago by Steven Ernest Scott
I think this is a must read for anyone who has any interest in learning more about life in the middleeast.Published 23 days ago by Hugh Standish