India--All the Parts Other Travel Books Leave Out

India All the Parts Other Travel Books Leave Out Travelling through a country he has always dreamed of visiting the author is confused and perplexed by India a land he does not understand and one that does not conform to the rules of any society o

  • Title: India--All the Parts Other Travel Books Leave Out
  • Author: Phillip Donnelly
  • ISBN: 9781409252825
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Travelling through a country he has always dreamed of visiting, the author is confused and perplexed by India a land he does not understand, and one that does not conform to the rules of any society or culture he has yet encountered This book is the story of his attempt to make sense of it all Join him on his journey through the enigma that is India, and see what happenTravelling through a country he has always dreamed of visiting, the author is confused and perplexed by India a land he does not understand, and one that does not conform to the rules of any society or culture he has yet encountered This book is the story of his attempt to make sense of it all Join him on his journey through the enigma that is India, and see what happens when a cynical neurotic western rationalist is confronted by the spiritualism, poverty and anarchy of India.From the teeming masses of Delhi and Mumbai, to the deserts and forts of Rajasthan and the beaches of Goa, the author gives his unique perspective on all of it.

    One thought on “India--All the Parts Other Travel Books Leave Out”

    1. "Continually distracted by the petty details of everyday life, the author seems to spend more time struggling with his own neurosis than anything else. At times, India seems little more than a backdrop to the wars raging inside the Mr Donnelly's own head. As readers, we are brought along for the ride; wishing we had a better driver and hoping that better views lie just round the corner." A. Ego. "Few writers have come to India and so completely missed the point. From 'Tout Theory' to the 'Taj Ma [...]

    2. For some reason I'm fascinated with India--always have been. Great travel book about him and his wife's trip there for a month.

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