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10 thoughts on “River of Desire

  1. Jim Jim says:

    The only reason I gave this book as many as two stars is that there were some good parts Unfortunately, they were interlarded with the ugly wreckage of the author s personal life, a wreck most certainly caused by his own faithlessness in his relationships Never before have I seen the combination of a wink wink nudge nudge boast in the introduction in which he beds a beautiful young woman in Buenos Aires, with repeated yearning for his distant wife Jane which, given the circumstances, strike on The only reason I gave this book as many as two stars is that there were some good parts Unfortunately, they were interlarded with the ugly wreckage of the author s personal life, a wreck most certainly caused by his own faithlessness in his relationships Never before have I seen the combination of a wink wink nudge nudge boast in the introduction in which he beds a beautiful young woman in Buenos Aires, with repeated yearning for his distant wife Jane which, given the circumstances, strike one as redolent of crocodile tears Wherever the former Mrs Worrall is today, she is probably better off without him Even this might have been partly acceptable if it weren t for the fact that the author badly needed a fact checker I am fairly well read on the subject of Patagonia, and it galled me to find careless errors on virtually every page Here are just a few of them 1 El Cacique, which means Chief in the Mapuche Indian language Nope, the term comes from the West Indies long before the Spanish had encountered the Mapuche 2 No one knows exactly why it is called Patagonia The term was first used on a British map published in London in 1767 No and the author knows it because he himself contradicts it a few pages later 3 Aden now Sana a, the capital of Yemen Aden and Sana a are two different cities 4 We were somewhere between Los Angeles and Bakersville Try Bakersfield 5 Mar del Plata, a university city north of Buenos Aires Not north, but southeast 6 Like That pathetic Humboldt pining after his Lolita Not Humboldt, but Humbert Sheesh 7 Osorno, a city not far from Santiago How about ten whole degrees of latitude, about six hundred miles as the crow flies 8 Legendary caves at Lassuax in the south of France Lascaux There are literally hundreds of misspellings throughout 9 Captain Fitzroy did not take Tehuelche Indians on board the Beagle, but Yamanas 10 The introduction of the horse by the Spanish between 1670 and 1741 What did Cortez and Pizarro ride Dragons 11 Antonio Pigafetta was not Magellan s cartographer, but his secretary 12 Punta Arenas, the Capital of Chilean Patagonia, is the largest city south of Buenos Aires Oh yeah What about Mar Del Plata, Bahia Blanca, Neuquen where Worrall began his visit to Patagonia , Comodoro Rivadavia, and San Carlos Bariloche, all of which arepopulous.I found manyerrors, but after a while I just gave up There is an interesting comment toward the end which indicates that this book was written some time ago and probably could not find a publisher Worrall mentions that his visit to Patagonia took place before digital cameras I can see this book being shopped around, gathering a hefty pile of rejection slips, until its author disgustedly self published it on the Kindle without giving it the most desultory proofreading Beware of self published works on the Kindle They can be really, really, really bad


  2. Heather Macadam Heather Macadam says:

    I am one of those people who when I find an author I like, reads EVERYTHING They ve ever written so excuse my obsession with Worrall s writing alliteration He s great Simply Great And I have only just started this new journey to a place I have never been, and am BLOWN away, literally as this is a place where the wind never ceases This is different than Worrall s other travel pieces, as he has woven his own troubled life into the fabric of Patagonia and the wind seems to be chasing him I am one of those people who when I find an author I like, reads EVERYTHING They ve ever written so excuse my obsession with Worrall s writing alliteration He s great Simply Great And I have only just started this new journey to a place I have never been, and am BLOWN away, literally as this is a place where the wind never ceases This is different than Worrall s other travel pieces, as he has woven his own troubled life into the fabric of Patagonia and the wind seems to be chasing him from one memory to another, while we the reader see this wild landscape and meet crazy characters who live on the last frontier More soon I am really enjoying this read though


  3. Alison Alison says:

    free on kindle


  4. Joel Robbins Joel Robbins says:

    Hard to classify Love story, travel adventure or just blah at times.


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