Me, Myself & Prague

Me, Myself & Prague

An Unreliable Guide to Bohemia

Book - 2008
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Armed with a romantic soul and a pressing need to escape her overbearing family, Rachael Weiss heads for Prague with vague plans to write a great novel and perhaps, just perhaps, fall madly in love with an exotic Czech man with high cheekbones. They make it seem so easy, those other women who write of uprooting themselves from everything they know, crossing the world and forming effortless friendships with strangers--despite not understanding a word they say--while reinventing themselves in beautiful European cities. So it's not surprising that Rachael is completely unprepared for the realities that confront her in her strange new world. However, in this warm and witty tale of life in a foreign land, Rachael, somewhat to her own surprise, finds herself gradually creating a second home in Prague, complete with an eccentric and unlikely tribe of extended family and friends; and realizes along the way that while she's been striving so hard to become someone else, she has inadvertently grown to rather like the person she has always been.
Publisher: Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2008
ISBN: 9781741148206
Branch Call Number: 914.3712 WEI 2008
Characteristics: xiii, 316 p

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ChristchurchLib Jun 10, 2013

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