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I have been an avid reader since a child, and I would put this book in the top 5 of the best books I have read. Just an incredible story that even now is still fresh in my mind. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Reese
My all time favorite book! You will also like The Good Women of China.Published 2 months ago by Lynn Aloha
A great story of what it truly means to live in another culture.Published 5 months ago by BookGirlNY
I didn't want it to end. So, it left some loose ends, but good for discussion.
The book allowed a vision of Tibet, a country I have yet to visit. I recommend it!
One of the most beautiful and heart wrenching stories I have ever read. Every thing someone goes through for love, the loss of one culture and the beginning of another, every extra... Read morePublished 14 months ago by looeezah
Incredible story of human endeavor. Fascinating insight into Tibetan culture. Very interesting and brut the normal scope of reading.Published 15 months ago by Lulubelle