I loved the whole story about Vish Puri and his operatives - such an insight into India and how people live. The narrator Sam Dastor was excellent bringing Vish to life.
Not one bit of it.
No favourite scene - just loved the whole book.
No rename is necessary.
Am hoping I will be able to download his second book soon - unfortunately being Australian based it's not yet available for me. His third book in the series is due in July 2012 and I can't wait to get hold of it.
Up there with the best of them.
The diverse characters, the setting, daily life in Rwanda for an ex-pat Tanzanian, the slightly quirky story.
No particular scene but I'd love to see what Angel's cakes really look like.
I'm hoping Gaile Parkin will follow up with a second book about Angel, her family and friends - it can't come too soon.
Report Inappropriate Content