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Remembering Libya and the Sahara Paperback – September 10, 2011
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I could have read this book in a day, however; I kept re-reading chapters over and over. I felt like I was right there in the desert with C. M. Rhodes. I was astonished by the attention to detail, and enjoyed every moment as I lived vicariously through yet another amazing chapter after chapter.
The wonderful photos that were taken during the journey of the Pigmy people, he was a brave man because some of the photos were scary, others were just lovely with the "Kids being kids on the shore of the Ubangi River"
This book is an enlightening read, the author documented his journey day by day, it's filled with factual details, humor and of course really interesting bits and pieces, living amongst people of different cultures and adaptations to their customs, there were a number of events during their trek (nearly dying most dramatic) that keep me coming back. I'm certainly glad I read this book.