Reading this book will certainly stir an interest to visit Bhutan.
This book gave us a very personal story by a very capable writer, while also giving us a glimpse at a different place and different way of life.
This was a good follow up to Married to Bhutan: How One Woman Got Lost, Said "I Do," and Found Bliss which I read last week.
I read this book quickly because I couldn't get enough of it. I wanted to be in Bhutan on Napoli's adventure. She's filled the story with details of place, food and personalities. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MEL RYANE
This was a good read, I am in a book club and we have not reviewed it yet.Published 5 months ago by Margaret Linderman
It was interesting, but would like to have read more about country and the people. Felt the author was searching in wrong place for happiness. It is within oneself not a country.Published 5 months ago by Pat C.
The author, an American radio journalist, looks back over her life in her forties: she thinks she has failed everything and doesn’t feel happy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tatiana
This is not a book about Bhutan...this is a book about the author. Wikipedia will give you more information about the country and its people. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Poot728
Read it for my Book Club and we had a woman speak to us that had also read it and been to Bhutan.Published 11 months ago by Joan P. McLean
I read this book with high expectations and was not disappointed. It was interesting because I came late to this book, having just read it, though it was out for a few years now. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Larry Hochwald
This was a personal account of one woman's experience in Bhutan. Some people have criticised her for her bias. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kevin casey
Fun, cheerful book about a female journalist and her experiences while living in Bhutan. If you're a radio nut like me and are expecting fascinating tales of setting up a radio... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Greg Grambor