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Sunday, December 30, 2007

Read this book

Ms. Asha Miro who was born in Nasik but was adopted writes “Daughter of Ganges” to Spain (Barcelona) at the age of six. This book is all about her journey to India to find some answers about her own past but what she found I read is more than she could ask for. It is only 288 pages long so it shouldn’t take long for anyone to complete reading it.

On “Ichild” – an online community that supports adoptive families of children of India origin, there were very positive comments on this book. I would suggest that you read the reviews of readers on Amazon.com to know about the book.



Ruby

1 comment:

Saraswathi Shyamal said...

I read this book cover to cover in almost one sitting! It is very moving. It also gave me hope that searching for one's birthmother and family need not be completely negative, sad, traumatic and scary. It was wonderful to read Asha Miro's experiences. I definitely recommend this book.
(Available at Landmark for Rs.530).

Saraswathi