Intimate, honest and touching, this is the story of Deborah
Rodriguez's often hilarious journey of self-discovery. Forced to
flee her life in Afghanistan, she leaves behind her friends, her
possessions and her two beloved businesses: a hair salon and a
coffee shop. But life proves no easier 'back home'. After a year
living in California where she teeters on the edge of sanity,
Deborah makes a decision: she's going to get the old Deb back. So,
at the age of forty-nine, she packs her life and her cat, Polly,
into her Mini Cooper and heads south to a pretty seaside town in
Mexico. Home is now an unassuming little house on Carnaval Street.
If you liked Eat, Pray, Love you will love The House on Carnaval
Street. Rodriguez's story speaks to every woman, mother, sister,
wife - to anyone who has ever questioned their relationships, their
place in the world and the choices that they've made.