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I gave this three stars because I liked her writing, but this author needs some serious psychoanalysis. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gwenn
The story of Nina's travels is vivid, written in a way that brings you right into her experiences. It reads like a novel rather than as a biography. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Gagne
A glorious adventure. She tells her story in such a way that you can live it with her and touch Timbuktu. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Crystal Bailey
Great travel story as seen through eyes of one woman and pregnant during one trip.
Readers are able to understand "normal " peoples of West Africa
The colour and smells of the Sahara are instilled in this book along with the meditate power of the landscape and people , a great readPublished 4 months ago by barry short
I found this work to be a delightful story of self-discovery and exploration. Though I have been fascinated by Africa all my life and lived there for a year even, I did not have... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lost in Vegas
well written. A great insight into life in that area of africa. Interwoven through the story is the personal
life accounts of Nina.
I'm planning a months-long trip to Africa in two years, and reading everything I can about the continent in the meantime. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Leslie Patrick