Review: Sarah Chayes on Wade Davis (Part Two)

(Read Part One of this post here)
For all the beauty and overwhelming profusion rendered in the soaring prose of Wade Davis’s book, readers are not spared Colombia’s dark side, which is worked into his tapestry from the very start. The book begins on a jetty at the mouth of the Magdalena inhabited by night-fishermen. On one side is the sea, on the other …

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