Blue Is the Colour of Heaven: A Journey Through Afghanistan #2020

[Blue Is the Colour of Heaven: A Journey Through Afghanistan] >> Richard Loseby This is the story of an astonishing adventure that began in the mind of an eight year old boy, obsessed with looking for the Afghan and ended with a perilous dash to safety Avoiding land mines and bullets, he spent months travelling through Iraq and Iran negotiating a way into Afghanistan Joining forces with the war weary Mujahedeen, he found unexpected allies and unfoThis is the story of an astonishing adventure that began in the mind of an eight year old boy, obsessed with looking for the Afghan and ended with a perilous dash to safety Avoiding land mines and bullets, he spent months travelling through Iraq and Iran negotiating a way into Afghanistan Joining forces with the war weary Mujahedeen, he found unexpected allies and unforgettable friends.
Blue Is the Colour of Heaven A Journey Through Afghanistan This is the story of an astonishing adventure that began in the mind of an eight year old boy obsessed with looking for the Afghan and ended with a perilous dash to safety Avoiding land mines and bul

  • Title: Blue Is the Colour of Heaven: A Journey Through Afghanistan
  • Author: Richard Loseby
  • ISBN: 9780143018216
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Richard Loseby

    I am a writer and a traveller, and sometimes the two come together in a joyous fusion of words that I have the utmost satisfaction in choosing I ve been fortunate enough to be published worldwide on three of these occasions, most recently with HarperCollins for a book called A Boy of China the search for Mao s lost son For information contact me on facebook losebybooks

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    • Lee Belbin said:
      Jun 02, 2020 - 06:31 AM

      This book was uncomfortable, but fascinating I have to hand it to Richard to travel in Iran during Komeni and Afghanistan at the end of the Russian invasion Absolutely stark raving crazy I figure he made it through due to fitting in with colthing, Farsi and downright determination But there was a hell of a lot of luck involved I continually wondered how much the author put other lives at risk by his determination to get through to Pakistan Afghanistan hospitality is understandable given the hard [...]

    • Rachael Cain said:
      Jun 02, 2020 - 06:31 AM

      I really liked this author The trouble with travel memoirs is, no matter how interesting their travels are, the book is always ruined if you don t click with the author and their writing Luckily I really enjoy Richard Loseby s written style He wasn t obnoxious, he was funny without trying too hard, he wasn t ignorant, and I always agreed with his decisions and inner dialogue I think this book was particularly interesting because it explores a part of the world that you don t often read about in [...]

    • Arooj said:
      Jun 02, 2020 - 06:31 AM

      A book that is than a travelogue.The author has tried to connect himself with the muslim world by crossing the treshhold of entirely new culture.The controversies of east sparked by foreign hands and continues by internal intrigues attractes auther the most.He makes an attempt to find the true soul of humanity hidden somewhere beneath the rigid concept of turban.I wish i could meet Richard Loseby.

    • Tommy said:
      Jun 02, 2020 - 06:31 AM

      A different beautiful interesting travel book I think the author was a bit crazy and unnecessarily risky, but I give him credit for following his dream and giving us an interesting and very different perspective of Afghanistan.

    • Richard Loseby said:
      Jun 02, 2020 - 06:31 AM

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