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I began reading this book with great enthusiasm, but midway through got lost in the weeds. Perhaps that is the nature of a complex subject, with many interrelating streams of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Denis Benjamin
I bought this book while on vacation in Costa Rica - very interesting and enlightening story of the Banana and the plantations that have dominated Central America. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Scott A. Ness
This was a gift to a young man who has been incarcerated for ten years - and he thoroughly enjoyed learning about a food he seldom gets to enjoy anymore...Published 4 months ago by D. Horine
I read this book a few years ago and loved it. I gave it to a friend to read. I just repurchased it because I would like to read it again.Published 5 months ago by C. E. phayre
Was assigned this book as a political science class. Very boring and long read and I'm tired of reading about bananasPublished 5 months ago by William
A fascinating and tragic story that should be heard by more people.Published 6 months ago by Douglas Cole
I Had no clue what turmoil and joy the banana has caused throughout the world. I was simply shocked at how economic imperialism ran and still runs most developing tropical... Read morePublished 9 months ago by smog