My review of How to Travel Without Seeing by Andres Neuman is now up at Minor Literature[s].
A break-neck record of musings, journal notes and book reviews from a 19-country tour of South and Central America, How to Travel Without Seeing is the perfect travel companion, or equally enjoyable for reading at home without leaving your favourite chair.
When traveling to certain places, we move forward with our bodies and backwards in our memories. In other words, we advance into the past.
Read the review and then pick up a copy of your very own, out now from Restless Books, ‘an international publisher for a world in motion.’ With a mission to champion international literature for adults and young readers, with a special focus on immigrant writing and underserved communities, you will definitely find something on their list to challenge and inspire.
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Kind thanks to the publisher, Restless Books, for providing me with a review copy.