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Made me go back into my memory lane, and reinterpret the importance of the mundane-like experiences that somehow felt significant
Reviewed in India on 7 September 2019
Being born and brought up in Dehradun, at a time when much of what Bond describes could still be found and an around there, I had so many memories that I could immediately relate to when reading this book.
It made me reinterpret the importance of those childhood experiences of mine which felt mundane yet were imprinted into my mind, snippets of time that I reimagined and relived whenever life got too hard to handle.
"And you, dear reader, will have similar impressions to carry with you all your days.. Someone who gave you a flower, a kiss on the forehead. To the end of your days you will carry that kiss with you. And it may protect you from all harm."