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The Sound Of The String: An African Bush Country Adventure Paperback – February 1, 2012
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"In The Sound of the String, Brad Isham takes the reader on a safari into the heart of Africa -- the land, the animals, and the people. It is an evocative tale that comes to a stunning conclusion. Highly recommended."
~Jan Neuharth, author of the Hunt Country Suspense novels
"[I] enjoyed this book very much. It brings a perceptive eye to Africa, taking the reader beyond the five senses to a deeper, more intuitive understanding of what the people and the animals are feeling."
~Hay Hardy, Publisher, Virginia Sportsman
"Fabulous book! If you love a good story and good literature, whoever you are, you should read it! Extremely well done! [I] love the little twists and turns and surprise ending."
~ Larry Weishuhn, author and TV host,
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Allow yourself the luxury of time to read "Sound of the String" without interruption. If you do not, you will find yourself thinking about the characters and wondering what is going to happen to each one. In my opinion, that is the mark of a great book - the author has captured your attention and quietly demands you give it to nothing else. I have never read any book about hunting or life in Africa before. I was pleasantly surprised and could not put book down for a second until read the last chapter.
Had I been allowed to rate this book more than five stars, I would have done so. It is truly a masterpiece.
Cannot wait to read his next Novel.
Outdoors writer/radio broadcaster [...]
The funny thing is I know a man named Gordon Bradford, I will never be able to look at him the same way ever again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice storyline if seen as fiction. Not so easy to hunt the South African bushveld on foot with trad bow. Especially the warthogs can be very wise.Published on July 23, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This is a wonderful book on so many levels! My words would not do it justice and others have written descriptions that are dead on accurate so all I can say is make sure it's on... Read morePublished on July 9, 2014 by T. Allen
This book is going on the top shelf of my bow hunting collection! Brad you made me feel I was in Africa.Published on August 30, 2013 by Robert Lenahan
Waiting for the next story to come out. This story held your attention and made it hard to put down.Published on June 23, 2013 by DC
I think the author did a good job of portraying the bowhunting philosophy. It was a good read and very authentic.Published on January 24, 2013 by L. Woodrow Ross, freelance writer/photographer
An outstanding book! Could not put it down, was a beautiful painting of the african bush. Made me feel like I was back on safari. Read morePublished on January 22, 2013 by Steven
This book offers an excellent description and history of Africa and its people. It is an great adventure book on African hunting. Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by David Bigger