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Voyagers into the Unknown Paperback – January 15, 2016
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Voyagers into the Unknown is a delightful tale that interrogates the emotional connection between strangers and between races. With a cast of vivid characters, Ruchira Khanna draws the reader into a captivating emotional drama. Agra, the city, stands as both an alluring character and a magnificent setting that directs the diverse experiences, which are woven deftly into the fabric of the plot. The book is a wonderful compilation of encounters, both unexpected and unfamiliar.
Editor, India Currents"
"Voyagers into the Unknown" is a vibrant story of transformation through an unlikely source: a local tour guide of historical Agra, India where the Taj Majal still sways those who behold it. Seeped in cultural philosophy, this novel is an uplifting read from Ruchira Khanna."
About the Author
A Reiki Master where she passes out information about channeling universal energy and conducts sessions. The author of Choices, The Adventures of Alex and Angelo but just another soul trying to make a difference in this lifetime.
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Travel director Raj has built up a reputation for being able to help those suffering from broken hearts find love again. I liked Raj and am glad he was the main character. I did think his clients sometimes found the solutions to their problems rather easily. Regardless, I look forward to reading more of Raj's adventures.
Loved the journey of each character. A spiritual voyage into the unknown indeed!
Not a big deal but naming some of the characters in the beginning of the story left me clueless as I was expecting some connection to the story in the story. Overall, a job well done! So proud of you, Ruchira!