It is Iyer's most enjoyable book I've read, and not surprisingly, it's his most personal.
He has closely observed information to share about people and places, and now he has closely examined things to share biographically as well.
It's so nice to hear what Mr. Iyer has to say about each book and then read it for myself.
Superb, thoughtful book that intrigues and illuminates through a wandering journey , as much mental as real. But it is real and gives a deep picture of cultures and places.Published 6 months ago by CODWOW
I love this author! His thoughts are so beautifully articulated in his writing. He makes me think for a long time about what I have read!Published 10 months ago by Roseshop
I am partial to literary fiction, and so I save that last half star for that category, but Iyer's reverie is high on my list for provocative reading far into the night.Published 11 months ago by L. Marie
Pico Iyer does a fantastic job of describing the places and people that are around the fringes of the book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by B. Miller
I had heard Pico Iyer's interview on NPR with Rick Steve and simply wanted to read his books. It was great.Published 12 months ago by Suman P Sharma
Well, the title says a lot,but it will leave you wandering about you inside of you.
Wonderfully constructed,and articulated perfectly. Read more
Pico Iyer writes beautifully and his stories are excellent. I adore Graham Greene and have since the late 5o's when I began
reading him. Read more
What an exciting, thoughtful writer, who has lived such an adventuresome life--and continues to do so. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Roman Anshin
This interesting introspective helps Iyer explain some of his background and the influences that hae gone into his writing. Read morePublished 21 months ago by D. R. Ransdell