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    EPUB A Long Way Home: A Memoir – 8p2.us It's both a heartbreaking and heartwarming story.

    When 5 year old Saroo is accidentally separated from his Indian family at a train station, he ends up surviving on the streets of Kolkata (Calcutta) on his own for

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    EPUB A Long Way Home: A Memoir – 8p2.us I'm not giving much away by quoting a stranger the author met as a grown up on his mission to find the family he lost at age 5. Finding his former home unoccupied and having no idea where to look next, he encountered a man who said to him, Wait here. I will take you to your mother.

    At age 5, Saroo Brierley fell asleep on a train in India and couldn't find his way home. By luck he was placed in an orphana

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    Read & Download A Long Way Home: A Memoir EPUB A Long Way Home: A Memoir – 8p2.us Read & Download Ü eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ú Saroo Brierley I put off reading this book for fear it would be mostly a tale of abuse and a condemnation of Indian people. Well, I was wrong. While there are disturbing parts, necessary to the story, the spirit of this very young child helped me t

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    EPUB A Long Way Home: A Memoir – 8p2.us Saroo Brierley Ú 8 Free read It is an interesting memoir about an Indian orphan boy who, quite young, managed to survive alone in India and end up getting adopted by an Australian family. Through determination and an understanding of Google Maps, once grown, he managed to find his village, and family, in India after so many years. The story may be inspirational for some, and shows how even a small child can have wherewithal and an intuitio

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    EPUB A Long Way Home: A Memoir – 8p2.us Saroo Brierley Ú 8 Free read Read & Download A Long Way Home: A Memoir Saroo is not a professional writer. Yet, having traveled to India myself several times and having seen and traveled in the same way that young Shuru did, I was completely mesmerized. We had seen the movie Lion and it was the first movie that brought me to tears in a very long time. As a result, I ordered the book / memoirs right after seeing

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    EPUB A Long Way Home: A Memoir – 8p2.us Really an unputdownable story of a small, illiterate boy accidentally abandoned on a train which took him to the other side of the Indian sub c

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    Saroo Brierley Ú 8 Free read Read & Download Ü eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ú Saroo Brierley Read & Download A Long Way Home: A Memoir Read a review on this back in June and held off buying until I went on holiday in November. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed thie simplicity of the writing (a man writing through a child's eyes). It had me smiling, it had me in tears. There were no twists to his tale, just a great read. I have just this minute ordered two paperback copies to give as presents to friends a first for me.

    From someone who doesn't read autob

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    EPUB A Long Way Home: A Memoir – 8p2.us Saw the film and decided to read the book. Beautifully written and you can feel his description of hunger when he was a child. Very educational.

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Occupied and having no idea where to look next he encountered a man who said to him Wait here I will take you to your motherAt age 5 Saroo Brierley fell asleep on a train in India and couldn t find his way home By luck he was placed in an orphanage and adopted by an Australian couple #HE SPENT YEARS COMBING HIS MEMORY OF PLACES AND # spent years combing his memory of places and in India tracing them on Google Earth from his home in Australia and finally solving the mysteries of how he got lost traveling back to India and finding his way home As the title says ALong Way HomeThis may be the most fascinating book I ever read I couldn t put it own even though I myself have never been to India or Australia It i It s both a heartbreaking and heartwarming storyWhen 5 year old Saroo is accidentally separated from his Indian family at a train station he ends up surviving on the streets of Kolkata Calcutta on his own for 2 3 weeks before being taken to an orphanage He s uickly adopted by an Australian family John and Sue BrierleyFast forward 25 years and Saroo chooses to search for his biological family which he Riding Class (Saddle Club, does with the help of Google Maps Google Earth and Facebook In a country of almost 13 billion people he manages to find the three he cares most aboutIt s an inspiring story and one Ievoured uickly My heart broke as he Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club, describe the poverty of India and I cried as heescribed his adoptive mother and birth mother meeting and embracing for the first timeThe only reason I m giving it 4 stars is because I feel the writing was bland at times and some Different Class details are repeated over and over again However I credit that to Brierly being a first time writer and let s be honest sharing your life s story especially one as uniue as his can t be an easy task All in all I recommend the book to anyone As a lover of a good story i give this short but good story I give this short but book a solid five stars As a mother there aren t enough stars availableto express my admiration for the way Brierley processed and portrayed his relationship with his two families He honored and loved them both and regardless of which mother I might have been in this circumstance my heart would be full and I would not have felt shortchanged. Ore over satellite images for landmarks he might recognize or mathematical euations that might further narrow Short Stories by Roald Dahl down the labyrinthine map of India Oneay after years of searching he miraculously found what he was looking for and set off to find his family A Long Way Homeis a moving poignant and inspirational true story of survival and triumph against incredible odds It celebrates the importance of never letting go of what rives the human spirit hop. ,
A Long Way Home: A MemoirSaw the film and ecided to read #The Book Beautifully And You Can # book Beautifully written and you can his escription of hunger he was a child Very educational very well written true life story of amazing events which turned an unfortunate incident into a life changing experience Saroo survived by the skin of his teeth and the intervention of a handful of kind hearted strangers It is poignant especially in light of the majority of lost children who id and o not have such a happy outcome A sensational story yet calmly told all the significant and affecting for this The filmed version takes a few liberties but not many at all and it remains true to The Extraordinary Sense Of Self extraordinary sense of self that the author has I saw the film first but chose this edition of the book to read very much to keep the little boy that Saroo was on the cover in mind Read a review on this back in June and held off buying until I went on holiday in November I can t tell you how much I enjoyed thie simplicity of the writing a man writing through a child s eyes It had me smiling it had me in tears There were no twists to his tale just a great read I have just this minute ordered two paperback copies to give as presents to friends a first for meFrom someone who oesn t read autobiographies buy it Really an unputdownable story of a small illiterate boy accidentally abandoned on a train which took him to the other side of the Indian sub continent and ultimately to adoption in Australia You wouldn t read about it yet here it is what a marvellous true story of truly remarkable synchronicities which one might be forgiven in calling a miracle The generosity of spirit shown by the couple who adopted such an unknown waif really shows the very best of human nature and their support in helping their now adult son in tracking I Look Up To... Michelle Obama down his original village is hugely heartwarming Restored my failing faith in humanity Saroo is not a professional writer Yet having traveled to India myself several times and having seen and traveled in the same way that young Shuruid I was completely mesmerized We had seen the movie Lion and it was the first movie that brought me to tears in a very long time As a resu. First it was a media sensation Then it became the #1 international bestseller A Long Way Home Now its Lion the major motion picture starring Dev Patel Nicole Kidman and Rooney Maranominated for six Academy Awards This is the miraculous and triumphant story of Saroo Brierley a young man who used Google Earth to rediscover his childhood life and homein an incredible journey from India to Australia and back againAt only five years old Saroo Brierley Lt I ordered the book memoirs right after seeing the film The book even in its slightly stilted and at times slow prose absolutely engulfed me in its slightly stilted and at times slow prose absolutely engulfed me brought my own memories of the sub continent to my tear ucts You will sit down and read this book and cry and marvel at the kindness of strangers and genuinely be and read this book and cry and marvel at the kindness of strangers and genuinely be very happy for Saroo and his expanding family It is an interesting memoir about an Indian orphan boy who uite young managed to survive alone in India and end up getting adopted by an Australian family Through etermination and an understanding of Google Maps once grown he managed to find his village and family in India after so many years The story may be inspirational for some and shows how even a small child can have wherewithal and an intuition to avoid isaster It also shows the faith of his mother who never gave up on him Everyone can benefit from going on this amazing journey with a young man who exhibits tenacity resolve and grace in his search for his birth family and his evotion to both his adopted and birth families This is a fascinating terrifying book the true story of a five year old boy in India who get lost and manages to survive because he came from poverty and a very loving home He was able to eat garbage left behind by others and to sleep on the street in train stations etc He was so young that he Never Tell didn t know the correct pronunciation of his home town or even his own name A great stroke of luck enabled him to be adopted by a couple in Australia who raised him to be every bit an Australian but proud of being Indian This is a Young Adult book easy to read but worth the time you ll spend on it I put off reading this book for fear it would be mostly a tale of abuse and a condemnation of Indian people Well I was wrong While there areisturbing parts necessary to the story the spirit of this very young child helped me through And the caring nature of most of the people he meets reflects my own interactions with the people of India You have just Gotta read this story I m not giving much away by uoting a stranger the author met as a grown Up On His Mission on his mission find the family he lost at age 5 Finding his former home un. Ot lost on a train in India Unable to read or write or recall the name of his hometown or even his own last name he survived alone for weeks on the rough streets of Calcutta before ultimately being transferred to an agency and adopted by a couple in AustraliaDespite his gratitude Brierley always wondered about his origins Eventually with the advent of Google Earth he had the opportunity to look for the needle in a haystack he once called home and ,