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First Comes Love, then Comes Malaria by Eve Brown-Waite
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First Comes Love, then Comes Malaria by Eve Brown-Waite
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Apr 13, 2010 | ISBN 9780767929363

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Praise

“Eve Brown-Waite writes as she lives—with verve and humor and a fine sense of the absurd.”
—J. Maarten Troost, author of Lost on Planet China

“A must, must, must read. You will laugh, laugh, laugh at this account of how you can do good and laugh away your stress all at the same time.”
—Loretta LaRoche, author of Kick Up Your Heels Before You’re Too Short to Wear Them


“Eve Brown-Waite had me at “Jambo.” Her hilarious, charming, and honest memoir about evolving from someone who merely shops at Banana Republic to someone who wants to save banana republics is an un-putdownable must-read.”
—Jenny Gardiner, author of Sleeping with Ward Cleaver

“Eve Brown takes you on a wild, engrossing, and totally unpredictable ride with laughs and tears along the way. A wonderful debut!”
—Mia King, author of Good Things

First Comes Love, Then Comes Malaria is infectious! Once you start it, you can’t put it down.”
—Eileen Cook, author of Unpredictable and What Would Emma Do?

“Proof positive that you CAN help the world, fall in love, survive malaria and a civil war AND laugh all at the same time. Eve Brown-Waite is a talented debut writer who’d better be writing a sequel because I want to know happens next!
—Gail Konop Baker, author of Cancer Is a Bitch: Or, I’d Rather be Having a Midlife Crisis


First Comes Love, Then Comes Malaria
is a hilarious, smart, and compelling debut. Eve Brown-Waite vividly captures the ex-pat experience, the paradox of trying to save the world while desperately craving a cappuccino and proves that, in some locales, you can be “a little bit pregnant.” The result is a grand adventure, love story, and journey of self-discovery that you will not be able to put down.”
—Danielle Younge-Ullman, author of Falling Under

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