At play in the fields of the Lord

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Random House, 1965 - Amazon River Region - 373 pages
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A tale of two men's experiences with a native Indian tribe in the Brazilian rain forest. Despite their separate missions, both men converge in their respect for the native culture and their zeal to protect the Indians from imminent invasion.

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Mr. M's prose is astounding and tender. - Goodreads
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The ending, too, became a little surreal. - Goodreads

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This book was very interesting, and had a lot of different sub plots going on that I found interesting. The plot was very similar to the plot of the movie Avatar, which was really funny. I didn't ... Read full review

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I never was able to shake the feeling that there was something missing in this novel. Maybe it was a soul or heart that it lacked? Hard to say because it was, at times, quite beautiful, and the ending ... Read full review


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