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I have devoured this book...in more ways than one.
The stories within the book attempted to follow a very loose theme, but I felt like they were bits and pieces, randomly put together.
These essays are very diverse in style and subject, including poignant stories alongside the humorous, as well as in location.
was disappointed in this 'sequel' to Gelman's first book. It is a compilation of stories by others and is very uneven in quality.Published 2 months ago by JadeJ
Just not really my type of book. Nice to read at bedtime to relax, especially since one can jump to any chapter.Published 6 months ago by rosie
I loved Tales of a female nomad and took it on my last trip to NZ, since I was going to spend some time in the Coromandel Peninsula and Mrs. Gelman spoke about that part of NZ. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pizard
Did not like it as well as her first book. TALES OF A FEMALE NOMAD. There were just too many receipes. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ingrid Dannhauser
I love this author. Her first book was so inspiring, and this one is just as interesting. These are women are courageous and interesting. Great read!Published 20 months ago by C. Anderson
Get inspired by this book. Pick up your ordinary life and transform it into one of freedom. Experience life to the fullest through the fine writing and inspiring messages of this... Read morePublished on August 3, 2012 by Raymond
I enjoy reading about other people--especially women--who have been able to visit, or even settle into, other places & cultures. The recipes are a bonus. Read morePublished on September 4, 2011 by Joyce Bowman
check it out. the auther lost her way or just wrote to write, however i do not like food that much so my view could come from that. i dont like what i read. sorry. Read morePublished on July 10, 2011 by Barbara R. Guada