By Deborah Rodriguez
In solution to the query of what occurred following her New York Times bestseller Kabul attractiveness School, Deborah Rodriquez is again with a brand new memoir: “a courageous and sometimes hilarious story of reinvention, advised with pioneer girl brio and depraved humor” (Wendy Lawless, bestselling writer of Chanel Bonfire).
Irreverent, insightful, and blatantly sincere, Deborah takes us alongside on her inspiring trip of self-discovery and renewal after she is compelled to escape Afghanistan in 2007. She first lands in California, the place she sounds like a misfit teetering on the point of sanity. the place was once that fearless redhead who stared probability within the face again in Kabul?
After being recommended to commune with glowworms and sit down in contemplation for twelve months, Rodriguez ultimately packs her existence and her cat into her Mini Cooper and strikes to a beach city in Mexico. regardless of having no plan, no acquaintances, and no Spanish conversing talents, a made up our minds Rodriguez quickly reveals herself swept up in an international the place the track by no means stops and a brand new existence can commence. Her adventures and misadventures one of the expats and locals support paved the way to new love, new kin, and a brand new experience of herself.
In the magic of Mexico, she unearths the hairdresser inside of, and builds the lifestyles she by no means knew was once possible—a existence on her personal phrases.
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