Whisper of the Lotus by Gabrielle Yetter (Book Review #841)


Whisper of the Lotus is a fictional novel about Charlotte, who travels to Cambodia and meets the dashing Rashid, an older man with a secret. The descriptive writing takes you on a beautiful journey, making you smile as you learn about the golden temple, monks, and the exciting revelation Charlotte has to face in the unfamiliar land. Her relationship with Rashid is also multilayered and entices you to know what exactly is he there for?

The tale has twists and turns, making it intriguing to read. The Buddhist lessons were stimulating, and by the end of the book, you could not help but want to make sure you get the ending you want. I could easily see a sequel to this story. It was beautiful to read. Charlotte’s personality is likable, and her fears were felt. What did transpire is watching a woman grow and follow a quest that, with all its uncertainty, was possibly going to bring her peace and to teach her trust.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The literature was beautifully written. The pace is somewhat fast, and the content’s thrilling nature made you want to finish the book in one sitting.

I recommend this book to fiction readers and those who like journey style stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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