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The Longest Honeymoon

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As a child who had never set foot outside her own country, Izni Zahidi grew up wishing for nothing more than to live abroad for her happily ever after. Over the years, she saw her dream crushed several times and just when she thought the borders were closed for ever, she was presented with a rare opportunity to live in four different European countries for two years.

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Paperback, 272 pages
Published June 29th 2012 by CreateSpace
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Khairul H.
Aug 02, 2012 Khairul H. rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: the author's friends and family
Shelves: travel
This review first appeared in my blog, The Malaysian Reader. Excerpts:

Travel memoirs are especially difficult to sell, more so than just a regular memoir. It needs a hook to capture one’s interest. If you’re a Hollywood celebrity or an explorer then the battle to grab attention is half won already. If your travel memoir has a specific agenda then that helps as well (for example, Nisah Haron’s Kembara Sastera Nisah Haron : United Kingdom & Dublin). Also helps if you’re an established author.
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