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"Ahimsa: A personal journey, via an animal sanctuary in India, to veganism" by Caroline Earle is pub

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"Ahimsa:  A personal journey, via an animal sanctuary in India, to veganism" by Caroline Earle is published

About the Book:

Backpackers might head off without a care in the world, but for Caroline and her husband David, taking a gap half-year in Asia in their mid-50s, they found themselves questioning everything.

All roads seemed to lead to compassion and respect for all living things, which is the meaning of the book's title.

Part-travel, part-memoir, part-philosophy on life, Ahimsa is the story of how a menopausal journalist and a grumpy paramedic find themselves on the other side of the world falling in love with dogs, cows, wonky donkeys and a water buffalo called Flower.

Come with them on their six-month journey through six countries and see why they concluded that all paths in their lives had led to this point.

Ahimsa is a real-life story that is topical and questioning, funny, sad and increasingly angry. It's an uplifting, thought-provoking account of the route to compassion for all sentient beings, not least through the simple act of cuddling a cow in India.

Ahimsa includes suggestions for book club questions and top ten tips for new vegans.

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About the Author:

Caroline Earle is a former journalist with the Jersey Evening Post. The formative years of her 30-year career in local media were with BBC and commercial radio stations. She currently works part-time for a charity which supports people with a disability or long-term health condition into employment. She lives with her family and rescue dog Zippy in Jersey in the Channel Islands.

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