Mother of God: An Extraordinary Journey into the Uncharted Tributaries of the Western Amazon Hardcover – 18 Mar 2014
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"Rosolie delivers an old-fashioned jungle adventure, one with rare immediacy and depth of feeling for the people and creatures he encounters" (Wall Street Journal)
"Paul Rosolie’s solo adventures in the heart of the Amazon jungle, up close and personal with giant anacondas and jaguars, are gripping. And his dedication to preserving one of the earth’s last wildernesses is where he really sets himself apart. Mother of God is an awe-inspiring read." (Bear Grylls)
"An extraordinary book ... gripping, sometimes disturbing and always satisfying. There are parts that will haunt you, scenes you will never forget." (Jane Goodall)
"A gripping adventure story filled with plenty of adrenaline-filled encounters. A vividly written narrative of an amazingly diverse world still to be explored." (Kirkus Reviews)
"This is old-school nature writing, unabashedly romantic and free of alienation… Rosolie’s powers of description are so vivid and engrossing that readers will be swept along in his passion." (Publishers Weekly) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
One man's extraordinary adventures in the uncharted depths of the Amazon rainforest --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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Loved it, a journey that has your mind constantly picturing the spectacular wilderness being described. An excellent, inspirational read for all.Published 17 months ago by Ben Dobie
An excellent book that really brings home the greed of man and the slaughter of flora and fauna both directly and by the destruction of habitat.Published 20 months ago by H J Westlake