Reviews

Have you read Colours of a Cultural Chameleon?
Did you find the use of words from different languages annoying or did they add flavour?
What resonated most with you, did you laugh out loud?

Read a few reviews below, I’ve compiled these from Amazon & Goodreads
Want to read snippets of the book & check out the art work? Then click here

review on Goodreads

8 thoughts on “Reviews

  1. Once I started reading, I got so curious I could not stop. This novel is a celebration of diversity and trust through the positive perspective of Kamala. It is a cultural journey that puts a smile on your face.

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  2. What a joy to read this book. During the reading I really could be in the places you describe. This book gives me the inspiring I need to go on writing my own book .Thank you very much for this book and I can not wait to see the coming of your next book .
    Carla Deijk

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    1. Wow Carla, that’s surely the best compliment one can get as a writer: inspiring others to write too. Great, good luck with your novel. Do stay in touch. And rest assured work is in progress for my next book. A sequel (follow up) of Colours of a Cultural Chameleon. We’ll follow Kamala’s life as an adult

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  3. Even though I am not really the travelling type, the adventures in this book make me want to discover new places! But above all I enjoyed the positivity, courage to be vulnerable and the mindfull attitude of Kamala. It reminds me that live is precious and to live it to the fullest!

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    1. Lovely to read that reading this book made you want to discover new places! Wonderful, thank you Sarah. Wishing you joy & always live life to the fullest 🙂
      Shakti

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  4. I met this powerful woman this year at the end of march in the airplaine.
    She sat right next to me with her little son on their way to india.

    after some small talk she took this book out of her bag and It took me a moment to realize that she is the author of this book. – I was a little shocked inside – I mean, I was holding a book and the author was sitting right next to me.

    I started reading her book and it was right away like being drawn into a world, like being part of the story of the girl in the book. I REALLY recommend her book.

    My destination was different, but i knew then that one of my next ones would be india.
    I found the Indian expressions very cool!

    I am very grateful that I was able to read this book.
    I was also very grateful to have this family sitting next to me that day.

    My thoughts often take me back to that day…

    Best wishes ❤

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