A Desert Dies

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St. Martin's, 1986 - History - 330 pages
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From 1982 to 1985 during a disastrous drought young Englishman Asher traveled the Sudanese desert with groups of nomads. These trips were not for the faint-hearted, for being accepted by the Arabs ... Read full review

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Michael Asher is an SAS veteran, desert explorer, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and a fluent Arabic speaker. He lived with nomads in the Sahara for three years, completely cut off from the modern world, and was the first person to cross the Sahara from west to east. The author of fourteen previous books, he lives in Morocco.

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