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    Dark Star Safari, by Paul Theroux

    Los parroquianos de esta Atalaya sabrán de mi debilidad por este autor, y los libros de viajes en general: comencé con el Gran Bazar del Tren, seguí con más historias ferroviarias. I have just finished reading this book, and reviewed it in Amazon (my review should be on top). The best review I've read is this one in the New York Times, as maybe should be expected. In fact, in this interview in 1999, he mentions he is going to Africa in the near future.
    Unluckily, the books quoted in this book feature in Amazon is not enabled for this one; so here are a few that are mentioned, with some other links thrown in for good measure:
    Anything missing?

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