If you are looking for an armchair travelogue, this is not the book. That is what I was looking for, and I kept on waiting for sightseeing commentaries. Those are secondary. Like peeling an onion, this story unfolds and u get to understand, why it was so important for him to travel with his brother. Where they went seems incidental. A really, really good story. I have never read his fiction books (strike me as romantic stories) but this book was a nice surprise.
this story was enhanced by the narrator...when he speaks as the mother, you can see the woman in your mind. The words of the author and narration made this audible book very enjoyable and I listened whenever I could. I highly recommend the book.
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