Better To Have Gone
A spellbinding story of love, faith, the search for utopia – and the often devastating consequences of idealism.
- Winner Whiting Non-Fiction Grant
- “Beautifully written and structured. A genuine nonfiction classic.” — William Dalrymple
- “Compulsively readable.” — Nell Freudenberger
- “Spellbinding and otherworldly, an exquisite literary achievement.” — Gilbert King
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