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The Last Train to Zona Verde Summary
Following the success of the acclaimed Ghost Train to the Eastern Star and The Great Railway Bazaar, The Last Train to Zona Verde is an ode to the last African journey of the world's most celebrated travel writer.
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"Starred Review. His ability to map new terrain, both interior and exterior, and to report from places that seldom make the news, remains undiminished." - Booklist
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Paul Theroux Author Biography
Paul Edward Theroux was born on April 10, 1941 in Medford, Massachusetts. The
son of a French-Canadian father and an Italian mother, Theroux was one of seven
children. Never much of an athlete, Theroux spent most of the 1950's reading. He
never admitted, even to himself, his desire to be a writer and studied premed in
college. Writing, he believed to be "incompatible with being a man--money is
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