A Goddess in the Stones: Travels in India by Norman Lewis

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A Goddess in the Stones: Travels in India

'“The great virtue of Norman Lewis as a writer is that he can make the most boring things interesting; whatever he is describing—whether it is a rickshaw driver, an alcohol-crazed elephant, or a man defecating by the side of the road—Lewis’s senses are awake for sounds or smells, and he can make you think twice about scenes you have seen ten thousand times before. . . . A joy to read.” —The Spectator“A marvellous travel book.” —The Independent'
'“The great virtue of Norman Lewis as a writer is that he can make the most boring things interesting; whatever he is describing—whether it is a rickshaw driver, an alcohol-crazed elephant, or a man defecating by the side of the road—Lewis’s senses are awake for sounds or smells, and he can make you think twice about scenes you have seen ten thousand times before. . . . A joy to read.” —The Spectator“A marvellous travel book.” —The Independent'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480433281 Pages: 322