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"Travel, like much else in life," Frazier writes, "can be more fun to read about than to do."
`Travels in Siberia` is an excellent and up to date travel book through Siberia by American writer Ian Frazier, best known for his 1980s travel book Great Plains.
I read the excerpts of this book when it was serialized in "the new yorker" and anxiously awaited it's publishing.
The author traveled at various times through Siberia. At first I was a little slow getting into it, but it is a very worthwhile read. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Gisella Patharkar
I do not often give books five stars anymore. They have to truly engage me, make me think, and not annoy me with bad writing. Three check boxes for this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Janet K. Nabring-Stager
I may not be able to visit Siberia in the winter nor have access to locals when I go.Ian Frazier's trip has reinforced my desire to 'do' the RR and hope for a fraction of his... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Divermom
A very interesting travelogue, my hats off to the author who took the less traveled path and wrote a vivid account of probably one of the last real frontiers on this earth.Published 5 months ago by Peter N.
Wonderful writer...mesmerizing story of travel and discovery...I have read it twice and liked it even better the second time. Enjoy!Published 6 months ago by sorta mom
Fascinating, as relevant now as it was when first publishedPublished 6 months ago by David A. Gillison