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Every book I have read by Wade Davis is thought provoking and very informative.
We need to understand these cultures as a way to balance our own as we try to look beyond it to find new ways to meet the ever changing reality of our existence.
Wade Davis is an extremely interesting man and this book was the selection of my book club, I found it an intriguing read and would recommend it highly.
A deeply thoughtful, provocative perspective on the gifts of indigenous people being destroyed or ignored by the modern world.Published 23 days ago by Andre Virly
Kind of book that you read quickly and give away, not staying on my bookshelf...Published 2 months ago by kim
For modernity to really be effective, I think we should invite disappearing indigenous cultures into a new period of acceptance and honor. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Beth Whittemore
WAS AS ADVERTISED, I WOULD BUT FROM THIS SELLER AGAIN!Published 9 months ago by Brian Scott Reklaitis
The command of the English language is superb. The Preface alone is worth "the cost of admission". Davis' detailed accounts bring his experiences to life. Read morePublished 11 months ago by gary champagne
I recommend this book for everyone, written beautifully; an eye opening and spirit expanding experience.
Impossible not to be enthralled.
I thought it was great.I have read most of Dr. Wade's books and find them interesting. I have been interested in reading about the Amazon, rubber trees (leaf blight) and other... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Roger Jacobs
Every book I have read by Wade Davis is thought provoking and very informative. His perception of the vanishing world we live in and the sterile technological society of rampant... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Grog
Wade Davis is an extremely interesting man and this book was the selection of my book club, I found it an intriguing read and would recommend it highly.Published 22 months ago by Virginia Woods