'An interesting narrative of considerable cultural insight and cross-cultural value.' --Colin Nicholson.
'Thought-provoking insight... honest and heart-wrenching.' --Penny Green, Down's Heart Group.
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|Length: 180 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Ultimately a sad story but Uuganaa is truly inspirational. I found her account of living in Mongolia fascinating as knew little or nothing about life there. A must read!Published 6 months ago by Baroness Orczy
This is a wee gem of a book, and yet with a surprisingly huge range. Uuganaa Ramsay is an extraordinary woman, and in this, her first and autobiographical novel, she paints a vivid... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Evi
Compelling tale of life in Outer Mongolia with intriguing details of how the author was raised.
Very different from anything else I've read and I simply could not put it... Read more
I visited the capital city of Mongolia many years ago, and also met the author once at a Mongolian New Year party in Scotland (she really does make the most delicious buuz), but... Read morePublished 9 months ago by K. Harris
I found this book captivating from the first page. It is very easy to read and educated me about life in Mongolia. Something that had never crossed my mind before. Read morePublished 9 months ago by V. C. Darbyshire
Not what I expected. It's an interesting read about a woman growing up in Mongolia ( similar age to myself), but not really about Down's syndrome at all.Published 11 months ago by Imelda&Jimmy
What a tear jerker , but a wonderful tale of Uugammas life in Mongolia.She is such a wonderful mum and I m sure her husband is a wonderful dad too.Published 15 months ago by Ks And Rm Barclay