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Life on a Postcard

Life on a Postcard

Rukshana Chenoy-Horwood


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Life on a Postcard by Rukshana Chenoy-Horwood, is funny right from the introduction and preface.
The experiences that Chenoy-Horwood describes are hilarious, unbelievable, ridiculous and heart-warming.
The story is told through the eyes of Charlotte Baxter, the protagonist and narrator who is surrounded by a diverse cast of interesting and larger than life characters.
From serious anecdotes of administering CPR on a turbulent flight to saggy boobs (actually they relate to the same story!) the tales on each postcard are captivating and make the book impossible to put down.
It's an hilarious combination of real-life scenarios, embellished with a huge side order of pure fiction. Chenoy-Baxter mixes humour and tragedy ensuring that fine balance of inciting tears of joy and of sadness almost at the same time.
Born in England, moved to India by her father when she was fourteen and subsequently returning to England again years later, Charlotte Baxter has had a life crammed full of adventure and comedy. Rukshana Chenoy-Horwood's book is wonderful and will have you crying with happiness at the most utterly ridiculous stories you have ever heard. It will also surprise you with a few unexpected twists. It should be read by everyone.

ISBN : 978-1-78830-986-8

Published: 31/03/2022

Pages : 355

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Rukshana Chenoy-Horwood

Having completed a Psychology degree, Rukshana had a passion for travel and writing. She worked for an airline for twenty-five years, (of course, she started when she was three!) and combined her two passions by travelling and writing about her travels. As this is her first novel, she is nervous about it and while she wanted to get it published, she doesn't want anyone to read it!
She has delivered a baby at thirty-five thousand feet, trained the most challenging flight and cabin crew and coached frustrated CEOs but says all of that combined, does not compare to the challenge of bringing up her daughter, (now fourteen years old).

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