There are no Gods in North Korea book

There are no Gods in North Korea

Paper Type: Book Print | Size: 216 x 136 mm
Black and White
ISBN-10: 9385285335 | ISBN-13: 978-93-85285-33-2

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The uniqueness of the book lies in the simplicity of narration and the author’s real life experiences as she goes about her solo journeys around the world. These journeys do not dwell on destinations, but life moments which define the purpose of travel and create the richness of experience, leading her to a completeness not experienced by any other form of entertainment. Be it freezing in the cold in Turkey, capitalising on the kindness of strangers in Mongolia, redefining the limits of individual freedom in the iron-regime of Democratic People’s Republic of Korea or whether it is about learning to give, take or being humble or, most importantly, whether it is about being able to shed prejudices and being able to adapt and accept change—the author’s journeys to random countries around the world will take the reader to a new level of understanding travel. It will instill a sense of responsibility and the importance of being a part of the world we live in.

Anjaly Thomas
Anjaly Thomas
Anjaly Thomas is a lawyer turned writer/traveller and author of three other books, currently based in Dubai. Her solo journeys around the world are a result of a conscious decision to sketch the world map based on her travels. From a novice backpacker who fled a mundane job at a newspaper to having visited North Korea pretending to be a school teacher, she has pretty much seen and done it all. She strongly believes that travelling solo sets the foundation for a better and more fruitful life because it teaches you everything that textbooks don’t. ‘To be able to learn real life lessons is far greater than reading the stories one finds between the pages of a school book,’ she says. So, go travel.