Smriti Ravindra’s debut novel is a wholesome exploration of a “sense of place.”

Smriti Ravindra is a Nepali-Indian writer. Her fiction and journalism have been published globally, including in the US, India, and Nepal. She currently resides in Mumbai, India. The Woman Who Climbed Trees is her first novel and is the latest addition to internationally published Nepali diasporic literature through which she goes on a psychological journey in search of “the place”. 

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