Kazia Trujillo's Reviews > Traveling with Pomegranates: A Mother and Daughter Journey to the Sacred Places of Greece, Turkey, and France

Traveling with Pomegranates by Sue Monk Kidd
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Apr 18, 10

Read from April 08 to 18, 2010

It reads similar to "Poisonwood Bible" by B. Kingslover, an exotic location and a stressed mother daughter relationship. However, it misses the mark from being a quarter as interesting.
In the "Poisonwood Bible" she turns a desperate location into a fascinating experience- in "Traveling with Pomegranates" she turns a fascinating location into a desperate experience.
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message 1: by Melana (new)

Melana i thought the secret life of bees was fabulous; however every other book of hers has left me disappointed.


Marija Your comment "she turns a fascinating location into a desperate experience" is right on.


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