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"I had grown up in Pakistan, was nurtured on her soil, took my first steps and said my first words there. Pakistan was a land that knew me before I had a recollection of 'being;' before I knew I was human."

Memories of joy and pain, close friendships and loneliness interweave in this compelling portrait of an extraordinary childhood. In Passages Through Pakistan, Marilyn Ga
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Published June 15th 2017 by Doorlight Academic
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Skita
Mar 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Marilyn was born in 1960. I was born in 1988. She was born a TCK. I became one at age 9. She lived in Pakistan. I spent a a few months in Brazil and then grew up in the far western part of the Middle East, and now my parents along with my sister’s family just moved to Eastern Africa. Many of my childhood and adult experiences, but particularly the emotions and feelings that have taken me years to find words to describe, match Marilyn’s verbatim with an eery frequency. As I read, I laughed, had g ...more
Wes F
Nov 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Thoroughly enjoyed this book by a friend that chronicles her growing up years in Pakistan. My brother--Skip--went to Murree Christian School for his 4 years of high school, so it was fun reading more about boarding school life. There's a connection there, which you'll see if you read the book! I love the way that Marilyn is so transparent about the good & the bad, the ups & the downs, including the tracking of her spiritual development through the years of growing up as a TCK in Pakistan. I can ...more
Laura
This book told a story so similar to my own growing up. Although about 16 years older than I am she lived in many of the same places and we new many of the same people. I loved her perspective and writing.
Elizabeth Peterson
Essential reading for any third culture kid or those who raise them, love them or just want to have greater understanding of these global kids. I loved this book and highly recommend it.
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