Across Many Mountains

Across Many Mountains

A Tibetan Family's Epic Journey From Oppression to Freedom

Large Print - 2012 | Large print ed.
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Kunsang thought she would never leave Tibet. One of the country's youngest Buddhist nuns, she married a monk, had two children, and lived in peace and prayer until the Chinese invasion in 1950 changed everything. Many stories lie hidden until the right person arrives to tell them. In rescuing the story of her now 90-year-old inspirational grandmother and mother, Yangzom Brauen gives us a book full of love, courage, and triumph.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2012.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781410445261
1410445267
Branch Call Number: 305.89541 BRAUE
Characteristics: 481 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.

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ser_library Aug 11, 2016

well written memoir of change, suffering, faith and hope. I learned much


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ser_library Aug 11, 2016

well written memoir of change, suffering, faith and hope. I learned much

MusicListener Jul 23, 2015

Very absorbing. Loved reading this.

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Jan 04, 2015

Very good book that gives insight into Bhuddist way of life.

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