Tamires Graziele Souza Graziele Souza itibaren Bohula, Makedonya (FYROM)
Miranda Kennedy has wanderlust in her 20's that drives her to move to India and travel the Middle East and South Asia as a reporter. A time when everyone is trying to figure out who they are, her experience is amplified by the comparisons to women leading lives in India. She becomes friends with these women, and we see, through Miranda's eyes, how the evolution of women's roles in India make Miranda's friends' lives more complicated.
Another great piece by Suzanne Collins. This was my favorite book in the series.
It was a nice idea, but reading it was akin to having my fingernails ripped out with a rusty pair of pliers. I mostly got it because I loved the book "America" with John Stewart, and thought it would be along the same lines. It was not. Skimming through this was somewhat enjoyable, but then I actually tried to read it. I think that Stephen Colbert is pretty funny, but the book just went on and on with the same old stuff. It wasn't funny and was more like torture. His ideas were funny, but not funny on paper. Would have been much more funny to listen to/watch on TV.