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Paperback 336 Pages / Published: 19/08/2011
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A true story of two unlikely individuals who change each others lives: When Bindra contracts leprosy she is driven from her home by prejudice and ignorance, and left languishing in a charitable compound, where the children of others affected by leprosy gradually restore her will to live. Davids childhood imagination is entirely consumed by a fantasy life in far away in India. When a series of tragedies leaves him lost, he is driven to rediscover his non-British roots. The poverty and misery with which he comes in contact on his journey dispels the naivety of his childhood imagination. And when he eventually walks into a leprosy colony and meets an elderly woman called Bindra, both their lives are transformed.

Publisher: Signal Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781904955924
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 476 g
Dimensions: 210 x 135 x 25 mm

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“Astonishing, details about life in India and its people”

I decided to read this book after meeting the author. I read the first part on-line before buying. The story follows a real life journey through India moving between the journey of Bindra a leprocy sufferer. I was... More

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