The Third Bank of the River: Power and Survival in the Twenty-First-Century Amazon

The Third Bank of the River: Power and Survival in the Twenty-First-Century Amazon

A sweeping look at the war over the Amazon--as activists, locals, and indigenous tribes struggle to save it from the threat of loggers, drug lords, and corrupt cops and politicians Following doctors and detectives, environmental activists and indigenous tribes, The Third Bank of the River traces the history of the Amazon from the arrival of the first Spanish flotilla to the A sweeping look at the war over the Amazon--as activists, locals, and indigenous tribes struggle to save it from the ...

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Title:The Third Bank of the River: Power and Survival in the Twenty-First-Century Amazon
Author:Chris Feliciano Arnold
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1250098947
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

The Third Bank of the River: Power and Survival in the Twenty-First-Century Amazon Reviews

  • SibylM
    Jul 01, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Brent
    Jun 01, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

  • Nico
    Jul 06, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • William
    Aug 07, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

  • Richard Florest
    Apr 10, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Ken
    Jul 16, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Kristen Long
    Jul 27, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Lou
    Jun 06, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

  • RedandGonzo
    Jun 18, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

  • Bonnie/Michael
    Aug 08, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Matt
    Jun 18, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

  • gnarlyhiker
    Aug 11, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

  • Oona
    Apr 05, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

  • Matt
    Jul 13, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Jay
    Jul 17, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

  • Mehdi Okasi
    Jun 18, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

  • Teodor
    Jun 24, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Brianna Scharfenberg
    Jun 04, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Caryn
    Jul 31, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

  • Danny Lapin
    Jul 17, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Lauren Owen
    Aug 01, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Mauricio Santoro
    Jun 07, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Kim Bakos
    May 25, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

  • Sarah
    Jul 17, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Rachel Widdowson
    Jul 10, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Tom Shull
    Jul 14, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Juan Morales
    Aug 10, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Doris Moore
    Jul 15, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Brian Johnson
    Jul 28, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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  • Django
    Jul 29, 2018

    Arnold, adopted as a child from Brazil, returns as a journalist, and captures much cultural conflict, crime, and ferment in clear journalism and memoir. Many stories intertwine: gang wars, the death of cultures including the Yanomamo, political history, and Arnold's personal life. Hig...

    You just can?t make these things up, the whole terribleness within, the corruption, the crimes, this narrative, truth things that past and still go on upon this earth. Reporting with plenty of heart and passion with clarity in writing. He went in deep sometimes crossing the thi...

    Terrific combination of reportage and roots narrative. An up-to-date look at the world of LOST CITY OF Z. ...

    I wanted to read this since everyone knows how important the Amazon is to the whole planet. You can't be a parent and not know "the Amazon is the lungs of Earth". But like many educational books, it is one that I learned from but didn't really enjoy. There wasn't any focus on why the ...

    I so enjoyed this book! It?s not only a vivid and urgent history of Brazil and it?s progress into the 21st century, but it?s told with a voice at once intimate and searching, which made this reader feel the author?s lived and carefully researched experience. This is story of ho...

    Fantastic reporting of various issues in the Brazilian Amazon. Many texts will do the thinking for you. They will report not only the facts but how they synthesize together into some conspiratorial turmoil that feels hopeless. Chris Arnold does a fabulous job leaving a more subtle sens...

    The writing in this book grabbed and kept me reading as much as the details of the narrative (current and historical). Truth be told, I had a hard time getting enough sleep for the next day once I picked up the book. There's particular care given to honesty about the author's own exper...

    Written by my son's college friend. He covered several different aspects of Brazil; many of which will discourage you from wanting to visit. The author had more nerves than the average tourist. Think I would rather go back to visit my college experience in Buenos Aires, but Rio Grande ...

    Arnold seamlessly weaves his experiences with history of the people and cultures of Brazil. I didn?t expect to learn so much about Brazil, and I was captivated from beginning to end. Arnold?s writing is invigorating and beautifully crafted, and I would highly recommend this book...

    Awesome job weaving journalism and personal experiences into something educational, pleasurably readable, and relevant all at the same time. ...

    to avoid making this my 8th DNF, resulted in mastering the evelyn wood speed of reading to finish. 2.5 good luck ...

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