Bhima's Book Review Blog: The Meaning of Dreaming by Savitri Simpson

May 12, 2017 2 Comments

Bhima's Book Review Blog: The Meaning of Dreaming by Savitri Simpson

Watch video below for this month's book review by Bhima Breckenridge, East West Bookshop's book buyer: The Meaning of Dreaming by Savitri Simpson

 




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Bhima Breckenridge
Bhima Breckenridge

June 30, 2017

Michael, thanks for the comment! Definitely looking forward to your next visit! Dream on! -Bhima

Michael Truog
Michael Truog

May 16, 2017

What a treat to hear you talk while sitting in my cubicle in Bellevue. Ah, the memories of telling jokes with you and Steve at the last location. I need to get over for a visit sometime soon!!! AND, thanks for the book review! It was dreamy….-Michael

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