At the age of seven years old Asha Mirό was living in an
orphanage in India. Then one day a Spanish couple from Barcelona who
had already adopted one child chose Asha to complete their family.
Now twenty years later, Asha is a woman. She'd always talked about her
homeland with her parents and knew that one day she would return, now
that day has come.
This was no ordinary trip for Asha, she learns about her past and gets
to meet the nuns who took care of her as a child. Through conversations
she begins to realise what life might have been like had she not been
Slowly she uncovers the truth about her birth family and reclaims the
Indian part of herself. Then, as she tries to fill in the remaining gaps
in the mystery, she meets the sister she never knew she had - the other
Asha living in an Indian village. Their meeting becomes a breathtaking
account of the 'other side' of her life.
Asha Miro's heartfelt tale of self discovery will be a great companion
to all those who've yet to undertake such a journey and adoptive parents
to be can learn much from her adopted family who's love and forethought
make her jouney so much easier.
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