(E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu]


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    Summary The Devils Road To Kathmandu (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tom Vater 45 I am pretty much overjoyed when I find a crime novel so refreshingly different than the norm and I've found i

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    Summary The Devils Road To Kathmandu (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] Tom Vater ☆ 0 Characters 45 Stars come on GR5 stars pleaseTom Vater's The Devil's Road to Katmandu is a carefully crafted work surprisingly so as a matter of fact In a genre travel adventurethat reuires one to be well experienced in the traveladventure department but not necessarily well skilled in the writing department Vater's work stands head and should

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    (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] page turner and fun read

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    Summary The Devils Road To Kathmandu (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] I read this book while travelling Nepal and it was super entertaining Finished it in a week

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    (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] This was a pretty fun read to be honest Though the twists were seen miles away I still enjoyed the story The most interesting part is the settings for sure Nepal and the trip there are very well described The plot is well connected and easy to follow even while jumping between 1970 and 2000 Overall a decent book that I recommend if you’re interested in Nepal or the Middle East and like actions books

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    (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] Here's a review from The Bangkok PostGlobal trekking across Asia is becoming increasingly difficult War terrorism ever tighter Immigration rules are blocking the traditional land routes And travel by plane doesn't ualify as backpacking Authors of wayfaring novels must set them years ago to make them plausible Which is what British freelance journalist Tom Vater does in his first book of fiction The Devil's R

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    Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tom Vater Tom Vater ☆ 0 Characters (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] Beyond The BeachFour guys in a van in search of kicks on the road a time honored theme But these four guys are in Pakistan headed for Kathmandu in 1976and their entrepreneurial instincts have kicked in hard Their plan is to buy Afghani opium

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    Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tom Vater (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] Two threads drive this carefully crafted novel; two generations of thrill seekers exploring the delights of the East lost yet excited outside of their Western comfort zone The novel reflects on a father mates in toe in a beat up van who tour the hippy trails scoring dope in India and then making the final transaction in Kathmandu Years later the son of one of the original dealers revisits the scene of the deal and dis

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    Summary The Devils Road To Kathmandu (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] Tom Vater ☆ 0 Characters I was saving this title for holiday reading but picked it up late one night and pretty much read it straight through I thoroughly enjoyed the story it is a page turner or clicker and has good paceIt cleverly juxtaposes an overland trip to the 'East' in the mid 70's with a trip in 2000 The story line is threaded nicely between both eras with sympathetic and believable charactersYou don't need to have been there to enjoy this but if

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    (E–pub READ) [The Devils Road To Kathmandu] By far and away one of the worst books I have ever read Dialogue is terrible half the book has nothing to do with the story The to and fro between time lines is pointless and completely boring The story moves at the pace o

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  • The Devils Road To Kathmandu
  • Tom Vater
  • English
  • 09 July 2020
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Summary The Devils Road To Kathmandu

Free download µ The Devils Road To Kathmandu 100 To pick up their share of the money Dan Tim and Thierry are back in Kathmandu The Nepalese capital is not the blissful mountain backwater they remember Soon a trail of kidnapping and murder leads across the Roof of the World With the help of Dan’s backpacking son a tattooed lady and a Buddhist angel the ageing hippies try to solve a 25 year old mystery that leads them amongst Himalayan peaks for a dramatic showdown with their past. Two threads drive this carefully crafted novel two generations of thrill seekers exploring the delights of the East lost yet excited outside of their Western comfort zone The novel reflects on a father mates in toe in a beat up van who tour the hippy trails scoring dope in India and then making the final transaction in Kathmandu Years later the son of one of the original dealers revisits the scene of the deal and discovers that there is a pot of gold being held in a bank waiting to be picked upOn a sentence level Vater is a masterful creative writer who is respectful to his genre and has gathered great knowledge from the many travels that he has takendescribing exotic scenes in picturesue detail description told as well as any other author currently working in the region Sometimes I wish his characters were flawed and the stakes raised higher Beautiful as the writing is it sometimes meanders from what might be considered a crime novel But Vater is a fiction writer of rare talent and has a keen eye and ear for a good story which shows in this his first novel

Characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tom VaterThe Devils Road To Kathmandu

Free download µ The Devils Road To Kathmandu 100 The hippie trail from London to Kathmandu En Route in Pakistan a drug deal goes badly wrong yet the boys escape with their lives and the narcotics Thousands of kilometers numerous acid trips accidents nightclubs and a pair of beautiful Siamese twins later as they finally reach the counter culture capital of the world Kathmandu Fred disappears with the drug moneyA uarter century later after receiving mysterious emails inviting them. I read this book while travelling Nepal and it was super entertaining Finished it in a week

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Free download µ The Devils Road To Kathmandu 100 A brand new edition of The Devil's Road to Kathmandu from Crime Wave Press initially for all Kindle devices ‘The Devil’s Road To Kathmandu’ by Tom Vater is a tense fast paced and kaleidoscopic pulp thriller following the lives of two generations of drifters who become embroiled in a saga of sex drugs and murder on the road between London and the Indian subcontinentIn 1976 four friends Dan Fred Tim and Thierry drive a bus along. 45 Stars come on GR5 stars pleaseTom Vater s The Devil s Road to Katmandu is a carefully crafted work surprisingly so as a matter of fact In a genre travel adventurethat reuires one to be well experienced in the traveladventure department but not necessarily well skilled in the writing department Vater s work stands head and shoulders above the rest There are some finely tuned lines in this book some really inspired writing and Vater is careful not to go over the top into a froth or sentimentality The Devil s Road is at times gritty and at times ethereal almost tranuil But it s the plot and the action that keeps the reader turning pages The plot is neatly interwoven in two different strands twenty years apart It s a nifty trick and one that can be hard to do But Vater s footing is secure and the plot carries the reader nicely through to the end It s a book that would surprise many people who might otherwise overlook it I recommend it to anyone who loves travel and adventure but also to anyone who loves the written word