Rachel Devenish Ford

A Traveler's Guide to Belonging

“A beautiful, beautiful book.” ~ Sara J. Henry, award-winning author of Learning to Swim.
From the author of The Eve Tree comes a travel story unlike any other, a tale of fathers and sons, love, longing and the search for home.
Timothy keeps getting rice in his baby's hair.
India is overwhelming even if you aren't 24 years old and a recently widowed new father, and Timothy isn't sure that he and his infant son will survive without a mother in the picture. he begins a journey through India with his baby, searching for a home in the new landscape of fatherhood, understanding of what this parenting thing is supposed to be, and a way back into life.
A Traveler's Guide to Belonging is a literary novel rich with emotion and description. If you like Anne Lamott, Barbara Kingsolver, or Ann Patchett, you'll love the book that one reader called, “Part travelogue, part spiritual journey, and part gentle romance.”
Read it now to be transported to the stunning vistas and winding train tracks of India today.
343 printed pages
Original publication



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