RaveAir Mail[A] beautiful but devastating book ... I read Kapur\'s book...with my heart in my mouth ... Better to Have Gone is one of the severest indictments of the 1960s that I have ever read. In his quiet, nonjudgmental way, Kapur lays bare the utter wretchedness and moral squalor of hippie life, with its built-in parasitism.
PositiveAirmailIn chapter after chapter, Walsh teases out the moral schizophrenia of a place \'with layered complex identities that often looked different in public or in private.\' ... Many have fixated on whether Pakistan, with its nuclear arsenal, will survive. But perhaps that is not the right question. Walsh’s book is a reminder of a fate worse than disintegration.