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Not For Newbies29 May 2011
Rub Da Duck
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Let me start out by saying this: if you are a newbie who has been twanged by the sudden interest of reading/learning about cannibalism, this book is not for you-for a starter book read Nathan Constantine's "A History of Cannibalism"-Constantine's book is very imformative, hitting the tip of the iceberg in every subject related to cannibalism such as serial killers, the Donnor party, and eating loved ones instread of burying them-begin with this book and then buy this one. The reason I say this is because this book is very very graphic while Constantine's book is more mild than grpahic
For those who are familiar with cannibalism, this book is not only chilling but gruesomely interesting-the book is divided up into chapters consisting of the Congo, Fuji, Easter Island, Ancient Aztecs, Amazon Basin, etc. What makes this book unique is that the pages are filled with letters and passages of books written by missionaries and sailors who witnessed cannibalsim or interviewed cannibals. The author does his job by adding additional information about the tribe/region practicing cannibalism which by far is very informative
In Conclusion: Newbies stay clear from this book and for everyone else, this book is a great filler for what you already know about cannibalism :P