KimRead about another book on the list.
I loved India from the first moment that I immersed myself in young Kim's adventures on the Grand Trunk Road and out into the wild lands of the Frontier. When finally I came to Lahore and found for myself his great brass cannon, Zam-Zama, outside the museum that was his House of Wonder, I was incredulous. Still there, it said to me. India remains just as Kipling wrote it, and is still there too, unforgettably.
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