Displaying a writer's acute eye for detail and a traveler's keen appreciation for the beauty to be found in the earth's most desolate landscapes, Davidson explores with ruthless honesty her own desert places even as she immortalizes these "keepers of the way" and a culture about to die. Fans of Bruce Chatwin, Peter Mathiessen, and Mary Morris will find themselves enthralled by the passion and beauty of this account by a woman traveler who "may be one of the great adventurers of our time" (The Boston Globe).
|Paperback Book, 288 pages||English|
|Penguin Books (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780140267976||6.07 x 9.09 x 0.64 inches|
|General Biography & Autobiography|