Rama spent her childhood visiting Hindu shrines. She wanted a home. But no. The family wandered until death left Rama alone. Twenty years old, erudite and womanly, Rama arrived in Calcutta. She met her husband and was content until death again destroyed her life. A single parent, Rama crossed the water to England and the United States, educated herself, and returned to India a Christian. Ready to open a school for child widows, Rama faced prejudice. Could she be trusted? At every point, Rama pushed against a labyrinth of isolating false starts. Engulfed by controversy, without resources, and determined to fight death, Rama built a home for famine victims. Would this be her labyrinth's center or another dead end?
©2015 Sandra Wagner-Wright (P)2016 Sandra Wagner-Wright
A good listen makes for an amazing day!
The narration and story had a great flow which made listening easy, yet enjoyable. The story hooked me until the end.
The various Hindu Holy sites were quite informative for me and memorable.
"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom."
The soft Indian accent of the narrator adds allot to the authenticity of this book
krishna is always a lovable god and caracter
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