If you've read this book already, tell me, did that make any sense?
The Klutzy side of Adda was hilarious and relatable... unfortunately =). I also thought it was very interesting how the author wrote in the spiritual aspects of the book. Nothing was in your face. It was kind of an underlying topic. Something that was happening behind the scenes and would come out to give you a glimpse now and then. By the time I finished the book I knew the reason why the spiritual aspect seemed down played. This was a nice ficitional world, glad I took a the trip.
I don't want to ruin the book for anyone so I will just say that it was very good and you should order a copy. I look forward to reading Splitting Harriet soon.