The book shows us the same traveling experience through three sets of eyes, Mrs. Sengupta, Satya, and the American Rebecca Elliot.
A few days ago I wrote my thoughts about H. G. Wells’ The Invisible Man (as part of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Challenge). As with many other classic books, best sellers or just simply books that have been around a while, I found some wonderful covers. My favorite is the first one. I think it shows the loneliness and macabre tone which the story intends, yet is very elegant. So tel me, which one is your favorite? Zohar – Man of la Book Related articles Thoughts on: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells (manoflabook.com) Fun Facts Friday: The Invisible Man (manoflabook.com) Book Review: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells (blogcritics.org) Would You Want Invisibility Clothing? (fabsugar.com) The Ethics of Invisibility (imnotreallyahippie.wordpress.com)
I also noticed that children like to read about someone which is the same sex and same age, actually a year or two older is usually preferable
A document written by Rabbi Gurion ben Judah Maccabee and “translated and re-translated from the Hebrew and the English” before being published
Even though Don Quixote – by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra was written centuries ago I found it contemporary, charming, hilarious and accessible.