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Radio Shangri-la by Lisa Napoli
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My Thoughts: Radio Shangri-La is what I would guess an armchair memoir of Lisa Napoli's visits to Bhutan. From your easy chair you can visit Bhutan and follow the author and her visits to Bhutan. There are some parts of the story that are very interesting, and other parts are just downright boring, and maybe unnecessary. It was not a page turner for me. That being said, the experiences and thoughts Napoli shares made the reading of the book worthwhile.

I have to admit I had to google Bhutan to find out where it was located and read a bit of it's history, since I had never heard of this small country before. After all, I don't think there are very many travel memoirs about Bhutan. It was an enjoyable, and not so quick, a read for me, however, I did not think of it as a waste of my time as I read it, although, it will not have me forcing all my friends to read it, either.

I gave it 3*** because it was an OK read.

This book was received, and given to me from, "Read It Forward."
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