Recently I read, Music of the Spheres: An Unfinished Journey by Glenis Carlton.
'Music of the Spheres: An Unfinished Journey’, is a delightful read. This well-written, descriptive memoir shares the ups and downs of a woman returning to her native, Great Britain, nearly a lifetime living in New Zealand.
The author, Glenis Carlton, writes with humour, several events, one of which is her attempt to drive in the UK. The book is entertaining, interesting, and heart-warming.
I loved the fresh look at England, from the author. When I return to the UK, I experience some of what she has written, and can relate. I am happy to recommend this 5* read.
“England for me is home and New Zealand, where I have spent the last thirty years, sadly is not.”
The author has written two published playbooks in French with
translation, “Zut Alors” and “Cest Génial”, (New Playwrights’ Network,)
and is fluent in several languages. She has two sons , a daughter and
three grandchildren who all live in Australasia, and is currently working
in London as a Tourist Guide.