Peter Green: July 2020
From being a smart looking, high-flying, jet-setting, banking analyst to being a shaven-headed single parent, Buddhist nun and founder of a charity for disadvantaged children in Bhutan, Emma Slade has certainly had an eventful life. Her journey was via a life-threatening gunman in Jakarta, post-traumatic stress, several relationships, yoga, meditation, and distinguished Buddhist teachers.
Emma's book Set Free, describes her life-changing journey from banking to Buddhism in Bhutan.
You can read our book club members' personal reviews by clicking here.
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