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on Sep. 20, 2011 :
I became very sad and compassionate. I had to laugh out loud. And I overthought my whole beeing, our whole beeing. And that all within a few minutes while reading the first few pages on a boring morning-train-ride. Excellent!
I love Dianne Winters writing style: a pinch of sarcasm on the surface but through the twinkling eye offering a deep view of emotions, feelings and explanations.
And last but not least of course a very interesting book about one of Indias most fascinating and least accessible misteries: the sadhus «baba-life».
(reviewed long after purchase)
on June 20, 2011 :
Stimulation for the senses, you can almost taste India.
A must for those curious or fascinated by the mysteries of this baffling country and it's cultures. Dianne Winter is a gifted story teller, and it's true...
(reviewed the day of purchase)