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I am currently really enjoying this book, makes me feel like I am there with them.
Julian Smith does a great job weaving the present and the past, his love story and Grogan's, and creating clear images of Africa's colorful landscape.
Loved the connection between the author and early adventurer, Grogan in the late 1880's.
This book was a great read and made one feel as though they were on the trip both with the author and Grogan.Published 1 month ago by bee
Smith tries to carry three stories in one volume. The only one I was interested in was his history of Ewart Grogan. Smith's own stories revealed great self-centeredness. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L.C. Brown
I truly loved this book that is both thrilling and hilarious. The author's writing is very lively and engaging, the old and the recent cleverly braided although sometimes a little... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Diamond Mary
This is an incredibly good combination of a review of past travels through the heart of Africa and a contemporary episode of travel through that remarkable territory.Published 6 months ago by ellen fike
Julian Smith also crosses genres in this very informative and entertaining narrative, as he attempts to walk in the footsteps of the intrepid and at sometimes irritating Ewart... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Linda Ballou
Crossing The Heart Of Africa combines the end of the age of exploration with modern day travel. Smith's travels are easier, to a degree, than Grogan's. Read morePublished 8 months ago by TJM
Easy read. Nothing spellbinding, but interesting. Good for bathroom reading.
Amazon should quit requiring so many words. Read more
It dragged on. It had some good history, but was boring. Took forever for me to read. I have been to Africa.Published 10 months ago by bob