I know there was a thread here earlier on this topic, with lots of greats reads listed, but I couldn’t find it. Anyway, I just finished [U]Leaving Mother Lake [/U]by Yang Erche Namu and Christine Mathieu. It is a true story of a girl growing up in an almost isolated area of the Himalayas in Chinaduring the 50’s and 60’s. Christine Mathieudid her doctoral dissertation on this culture. Fascinating!
Oooo that looks great! I added it to my wishlist, thanks!
Here’s the link for anyone want it.
If you like this kind of book…did you read these? I loved them!
I thoroughly enjoyed [U]Three cups of Tea[/U]. What an amazing man!! I just put the other one on my list. Thanks
I hve read the reader it is very good, also I have heard three cups of tea is very good also. Have any of you read My sisters keeper, Great read:cheering:
Yeah, I read My Sister’s Keeper. That was a good one, too.
I too have read [U][I]Three Cups of Tea[/I][/U]. It was a good read. I am an avid reader. Anyone have non-fictions they can recommend?
@ Losnana: I’ll have to look that up. Sounds interesting.
Currently I am reading, [U][I]The Jade Peony[/I][/U] by Wayson Choy. He has also written, [I][U]All That Matters[/U][/I]. Choy is a Canadian writer.