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Indian Summer Will Randall Thought Teaching In An Inner London Comprehensive Was A Tough Job But That Was Nothing Compared To The Next Assignment Saving A Slum School In The Indian City Of Poona Learning As Much As He Is Teaching, Will Finds His Life Transformed By His Remarkable Class Of Orphans Dulabesh, The Head Standing Joker Who Lost His Parents On A Crowded Railway Platform Prakash, Who Learned Self Sufficiency By Scavenging In Dumpsters The Charmingly Madcap Tanushri, Fan Of The Singer Maradona When The Slumlords Threaten To Level The School, Will Hits Upon The Idea Of A Fund Raiser To Save It A Stage Production Of The 24,000 Verse Indian Epic, The Ramayana, Ever So Slightly Condensed By Turns Funny And Poignant, This Is A Gloriously Life Affirming Account Of The India Tourists Never See.

  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Indian Summer
  • Will Randall
  • English
  • 18 March 2018
  • 0349116784

About the Author: Will Randall

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10 thoughts on “Indian Summer

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this, albeit I found bits of it a bit of a slog to read and a bit difficult to get into. However, I was hooked by the end and routing for the children in the ashram Since I visited India in 2011, I read a lot about it and tis was good a light touch but very real.

  2. says:

    I have never written a book review before but Will Randall s Indian Summer is as good a place to start as anyWould have given a 2.5 if it were an option, alas out of fairness will round up to 3 s The book is eloquently written, and I feel it does a decen...

  3. says:

    I did get a bit bored of the book halfway through and struggled despite it being pretty short.

  4. says:

    An outstanding book Thoroughly enjoyed it Touching, funny and moving, it gives an insight into an English man who teaches the slum children of India Read it

  5. says:

    INDIAN SUMMER is eloquently written and sums up the sights, sounds and smells of life in India However, I feel it was mainly written to demonstrate the attitude differences between the ungrateful children from the UK the haves and the grateful children from the slums in India the have nots The two contrasting events that he used to de...

  6. says:

    This is the story of Will Randall s adventures in India Having read his books about the Solomon Islands and Botswana, I thought I d give this book a go It s an interesting tale of his time in India, and his experiences It s good promotion of enjoying the little things and also taking chances in life, it s wonderful what these serendipity chances lead to, although sometimes it does seem to run a little to conveniently easily for him Back in the UK from his Solomon Time, he s working at a schoo This is the story of Will Randall s adventures in India Having read his books about the Solomon Islands and Botswana, I thought I d give this book a go It s an interesting tale of his time in India, and his experiences It s good promotion of enjoying the little things and also taking chances in life, it s wonderful what these serendipity chances lead to, although sometimes it does seem to run a little to conveniently easily for him Back in the UK from his Solomon Time, he s working at a school full of obnoxious bratts in London and feeling down A chance meeting with an old eccentric lady who offers to pay for his ticket to India in retur...

  7. says:

    Three stars Three and a half stars really This one seemed slow to get under way to me and then there was a middle chunk which I didn t find so interesting, but towards the end of the book it picked up pace and I really enjoyed that part I did come away from it wondering how Will Randall could admit to some of his...

  8. says:

    Simply written account of a summer spent in India where author ultimately volunteers to work in a charitable school This is a short book but one which captures the sights and character of the country Sometimes poignant and other times amusing an interesting read.

  9. says:

    This book was sent to me by my British friend, Julie, and takes place in the town where we once both lived I really enjoyed reading about all the places I had visited regularly and found myself nodding in agreement with many of the author s observations.

  10. says:

    Beautifully written, sweet, funny and heart warming Doesn t exactly inspire me to go to India, but does paint an interesting and colourful picture of the country and culture Recommend to everyone interested in learning about different cultures.

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