Thailand Footprint’s Recommended Non-fiction Books for 2013 …
For the reader looking for eloquent writing, BANGKOK DAYS by Lawrence Osborne
For the reader looking for the bizarre, BIZARRE THAILAND by Jim Algie
For the reader looking for beautiful writing and photo-journalism, BURMESE LIGHT by Hans Kemp and Tom Vater
For the reader looking for intelligent writing, FEAR AND LOATHING IN BANGKOK by Christopher G. Moore
For the reader looking for honest writing from a female’s perspective, TONE DEAF IN BANGKOK by Janet Brown
For the reader looking for spiritual writing, THAI MEDITATIONS: An Introduction to Buddhism and Mindfulness by James Alexander
For the reader who just got off the plane at Suvarnabhumi Airport looking for survival writing, WATCHING THE THAIS by Tom Tuohy
There you have them. A non-fiction book for every member of your family. Happy Holidays from Thailand Footprint.
2 Responses to “Thailand Footprint’s Recommended Non-fiction Books for 2013 …”
Thanks for this list, Kevin – a few titles I will hunt down.
You are welcome, Angela. I do think you would enjoy Janet Brown’s book, a lot. Best, Kevin