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That a memoir by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas evidences both keen observation and a sense of wonder should not surprise us. For more than half a century, the author of The Hidden Life of Dogs; The Harmless People has been roaming the world to bring back reports on animal behavior, Paleolithic life, the !Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert, and contemporary African current affairs. In these resilient octogenarian reminisces, she offers her most personal take yet on what she has seen and experienced in her travels. As in her previous books, her candor will attract the attacks of critics, but the insights along the way will please careful readers.