An American family takes a vacation up the Amazon and then up a tributary. They get into all kinds of trouble involving Indians, gold miners, timber rustlers, and the gumball king of Amazonia. The protagonists, a happily unmarried couple, end up falling in love with all the wrong people. They're lucky to get out alive...or don't they?
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About the Author
Glenn Alan Cheney is the author of over 20 books, including "Thanksgiving: The Pilgrims' First Year in America," "Journey on the Estrada Real; Encounters in the Mountains of Brazil," "Journey to chernobyl: Encounters in a Radioactive Zone," and "Frankenstein on the Cusp of Something." His books are known for being very readable, interesting at every point. He's often blending humor into controversial and historical topics.