Karima’s childhood was spent between parts of England and parts of West and East Africa. Her life continued to be an itinerant adventure—inner as well as outer—and she has now settled in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. Gifted with the ability to see patterns in, for example, mathematics, dance moves, and people’s words and behaviour, she has worked in diverse areas such as computer programming, supporting hospice volunteers and teaching at a tertiary level. Her first book, Song of the Unsung, about hospice volunteers reflects her deep interest in people feeling right about themselves.
Here is a spell-binding and profound memoir for our times, sparked by the sudden death of a beloved partner. An intensely intimate yet fresh and light approach draws us into the delights of love, the consuming nature of grief, and a potent journey which unveils the mysterious treasures inherent in h...