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It was a month after I was last in Guildford when I met a lovely Lithuanian girl who introduced me to Brazilian author Paulo Coelho. A month on, and once again I was in Guildford for the farmers market.
I had experienced so many examples of synchronicity in the last month, that it came as no surprise to me that I should find myself chatting to Irene Black, author of The Moon's Complexion. [see Synchronicity and Paulo Coelho]
Ashok Rao is a young consultant at Queen Anne's Hospital in London. He receives a letter from his mother that summons him back to Bangalore in India for an arranged marriage. But who is the strange English woman who seeks him out? Why is she afraid, what is the secret that binds the two of them together?
The lives of two strangers is turned upside down when the past comes back to haunt them.
I had read Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, the future is determine by destiny. Then The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, the future is determined by destiny. As it is in The Moon's Complexion. In The Shadow of the Wind, the past comes back to haunt, as it does in The Moon's Complexion.
This is a personally signed copy by the author.