Flame Tree Road

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It’s hard not to dream about running away to another time or place during these bleak winter months. Though it’s starting to stay light out a teensy bit longer and March is creeping just around the corner, if you still feel a little stir-crazy from being cooped up by the snow and/or cold, escape reality with… Read More »

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Flame Tree Road Excerpt

PROLOGUE Small villages cluster the waterways of East Bengal in India. Seen from above they must appear like berries along a stem, dense or sparse depending on the river traffic that flows through. Crescent-shaped fishing boats skim the waters with threadbare sails that catch the wind with the hollow flap of a heron’s wing. Larger… Read More »

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Flame Tree Road

From the acclaimed author of Teatime for the Firefly comes the story of a man with dreams of changing the world, who finds himself changed by love 1870s India. In a tiny village where society is ruled by a caste system and women are defined solely by marriage, young Biren Roy dreams of forging a… Read More »

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