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Don't look behind you,there goes another me me me author,
This review is from: Don't Look Behind You: True Tales of a Safari Guide (Paperback)
After reading only about 25% of the book I was to throw it in the bin, as I was bored with everything being compared with either a phallic symbol or some sexual comparison. I continued reading, hoping to get some empathy towards the wildlife he saw every day, but sadly no.
The disappointment was heightened by his statement that he always loved wildlife. Well that never come across in the book, it was all about him and his ego sensitivities, pleasing tourists more than animals.
Really sad, especially after reading the elephant whisperer, who really cares for Africa's wildlife, the land and the people living in the authors wildlife reserve.
I can not feel or smell Africa. It is badly written and too much about How clever the author thinks he is