Written as a mixture of memoir, travelogue and reportage, the book celebrates the spirit of Tibet's exiled culture in a time of great change. In these eleven stories, the author also offers a honest and moving meditation on the meaning of exile, religion, literature, culture and art.
On the face of it, Jabbour Douaihy’s June Rain doesn’t look like a mystery novel. We generally know who’s at fault in the novel’s main crime, a shoot-out in a village church. But because it was... [ Read full review ]