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There’s no such thing as autobiography,
there’s only art and lies.

-Jeanette Winterson-

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A Lady Cyclist's Guide to Kashgar

A Lady Cyclist's Guide to Kashgar

Joinson writes very well and the story of Lizze and Eva in the remote desert is fascinating. Frieda's story in London, a bit less so.

Eva goes with the missionaries to Kashgar as a means to travel and explore. Her world explodes with her experiences, both gains and losses. Frieda takes a break from world travel to slog through her life in London to find herself. The journeys are not equally compelling, but the destination ultimately makes sense.

Really a quite enjoyable read and a promise of good books to come from Suzanne Joinson.

As to the PQC (partial Queer content), I was worried about it for a while, the character was so self serving and sinister. However antithetical queer characters erased that blot.

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