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The book was really the one to be cherished for a long long time . This was my first venture into Stephen Alter's books and I really believe that this book was one of the best books on this topic ( mussoorie and Woodstock ) Frankly speaking I don't like reading autobiographies , but this one was different from those boring , long autobiographies that leave you in a state of tumult. This book not only describes the culture of the eminent Woodstock but also the lives of the students . I had decided to read this book only because I have been to Landour and I had really liked the atmosphere , the surroundings and the'far from the madding crowd ' feel . This book is not only a traveller's guide but also your best past time on cool rainy day.
An interesting, personal account for those with an interest in India and the Indian Himalaya. Unfortunately, too much of an autobiography about a writer, probably a nice guy, who few have heard of and have no need of details about his upbringing, and not enough of the book devoted to the region and its culture and history.