Gayle Forman: You Can't Get There from Here A Year on the Fringes of a Shrinking World

Otic places that you won t read about in a lot of other travelogues It held my interested and I learned a lotMy biggest problem is that Forman doesn t come across very likable She spent a lot of the trip whining and complaining particularly odd since she d already done a lot of travel in her life and in the nd I felt really bad for her poor husband who was on his first international trip I actually checked to see if they re still married they areOn the other hand when I thought about it I thought it was brave of her to keep all of that in the book when she didn t have to I mean there s a reason I ll never go on The Amazing Race a show I love or write my own travelogue I know I would have my travel meltdowns as well and I d want as few people to know about it as possibleIn the Faker end I admired her for her honesty and decided that overall it s a pretty good book Injoy this author a lot so I was looking forward to a different style of her writing I liked this book a lot because it was of a memoir and less a story It chronicled her year traveling with her husband and all the different places they visited which were not common places to visit I really Lawbreakers Suspense Stories enjoyed hearing about some obscure tribes in Tonga or Cambodia or what not and the interesting dynamics of different cultures It was reallyye opening how open her and her husband are with meeting new people and going off with them on their own on random adventures I would be too scared to do this myself and trust people I just met in non first world countries Maybe I m a baby and need courage but I admire that ability in them and thus why I njoyed reading this so muc. Ck Gayle Forman takes us with her to the mountain hideaways of Kazakhstan's Tolkien fanatics and inside the townships of South Africa's lost tribe of Israel She introduces us to a wild assortment of characters lovelorn Tongan transvestites charismatic Tanzanian rap stars precocious Cambodian street kids out.

This is a memoir of Gayle Forman s trip around the world with her husband She s a journalist so has a few stories in mind when she mbarks on the tour She learns about the Fakaleiti in Tonga a group of men who dress like women and sleep with men but do not consider themselves gay It s a challenge to wrap your head around their completely different world view She also meets up with a Chinese doctor Spinal Trauma enad with the English language works on a Bollywood movie set plays games with a group of Tolkienists who have taken cos play to another level in Kazakhstan learns about the Lemba one of the lost Jewish tribes traditions in South Africa and interviews sex workers in the Netherlands I found the book to be somewhat disjointed but the differentxperiences were definitely interesting I think the fact that it took me two months to read it speaks volumes about how much I Shadow (New Species, enjoyed the book Gayle Forman is one of my favorite authors I read all her fiction books and when I learnt that she had written a non fiction book many years ago as well it was a instinct buy for meI reallynjoyed this book and Formans travel report It was written than 10 years ago so that fact alone realizing how much the world has changed in such a short period of time was very 細味人生100篇 entertainingBut I also learned a lotspecially about places and countries where we hear until today not much about in books news or movies I highly recommend this book 455 stars So readable and thought provoking The Gathering (Darkness Rising, especially since I ve never visited any of the places she mentions For the most part this is a veryntertaining travelogue Forman and her husband went to some very MongoDB ex. In theseight interconnected travel stories journalist Gayle Forman traces the trajectory from her relatively comfortable life in New York's Hell's Kitchen to her sometimes Chastity extreme andxtremely personal Experiential Learning experiences in some of the mostxotic spots on Die Neurobiologie des Glücks earthIn thisxtraordinary memoir now issued in paperba.

H Not as good as I had hoped Foolishly I read some reviews when I first ntered this book I was disconcerted because the ratings of the first reviews to catch my ye were so low I know better than to bias myself like that but I really was not prepared to like GF and braced myself for a whiny self absorbed prat Thankfully GF herself cleared my head of such mean spirited assessments Forthright honest mindfull and alert to the rare angle her message may not appeal to A New Philosophy of History everybody but hers is a thoughtful book not airbrushed for posterity nor plumped with pc sentimentsThis is my opinion that I will supplement with some choice uotes asap I haven t read any of Gayle Forman s YA novels and I can t say they really appeal to me but I didnjoy this non fiction account of her year long trip around the world with her husband prior to having a child and beginning her career in fiction In the various places they visit Forman seeks out the unusual Abortion, Choice, and Contemporary Fiction elements ofach society transvestites in Tonga hip hop in Zanzibar a lost tribe of Israel in South Africa role playing Tolkien fans in Kazakhstan The journalistic parts of this book I found very interesting The relationship parts with Forman and her husband struggling to keep their marriage together under the strain of two very different personalities and approaches to traveling were harder to read Great read Learned a little something and now I look forward to reading some of Gayle Forman s other works Not my normal cup of tea but I ve njoyed verything FRITZI auf Sylt - ÖLMALEREI - Kunst in Fotobrillant-Druck else written by this author so why not It was a great book to read in small uick segments Injoyed her take on seeing the worl. Of work Dutch prostitutes In the artful interplay of these ight lively thoughtful stories she reveals how all of these diverse lives as well as our own are being inextricably altered by the ver shrinking world that we share Because she writes To forget the humanity in others is to risk forgetting one's

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Award winning author and journalist Gayle Forman has written several bestselling novels for young adults including the Just One Series I Was Here Where She Went and the #1 New York Times bestseller If I Stay which has been translated into than 40 languages and in 2014 was adapted into a major motion picture Gayle published Leave Me her first novel starring adults in 2016 and her latest