Book review: Race to Tibet – I love France #155

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Race to Tibet

Race to Tibet

Race to Tibet

by Sophie Schiller

historical fiction

Release date: January 26, 2015
Self-published at Tradewins Publishing

336 pages

ISBN: 978-0-692-25409-7

Source: Received from the author

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It amazes how authors still manage to find historical topics almost untouched, and sometimes how doing research for a book they are led to discover something else. This is what happened to Sophie Schiller, and the end result, Race To Tibet, is an excellent historical novel on a 19th century famous French explorer: Gabriel Bonvalot. Ready? Be sure to admire the book cover before hopping on your camel!
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