Rated of 5
by Jean Murderers in Mausoleums
Jeffrey Tayler takes a trip, a very educational trip. One that introduces us to the lives and beliefs of a group of people , who for the most part, are unknown to Westerners.Tayler, through skillful questioning and experienced observation, makes us a partner on this journey. We feel the cold, perspire in the desert and begin to understand why the peoples of these areas believe as they do. We come away from this book realizing we must rethink our world position, and ignore this area of the world at our own peril.This is a thought provoking book that should be part of school reading assignments and a choice of Book Clubs.
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