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El bosue de los pigmeosAlexander Cold and Nadia Santos reunite for their final adventure in Isabel Allende's celebrated trilogy This time they are heading to the blazing plains of Kenya where Alex's grandmother Kate is writing an article about the fir An interesting story but something about the writing maybe the fact that it was translated from the original Spanish maybe just something about Allende's style seemed hollow There was so much recapping of the previous two books there was definitely no need to read them to understand this one although having read the first one was probably an advantage The story was short and kind of emptyI skimmed a lot and kept waiting for the main crisis to unfold or for something to be revealed It gets dramatic near the end but so much of the rest of it seems to drag like she didn't realize that this was going to be a pretty short book and she'd have to make every page countI was a little disappointed in how cliched the ending was too Like Oh look jungle girl grew up and she's pretty and Hey the books you just read are the grandmother's record of the boy's journals Hah get it? aaand Jungle girl and boy who's a doctor because of his mom's battle with cancer will most likely get married but that story's not interesting because the most interesting parts of their life already happenedin those bookswhich you readwhich are a part of this epilogue nudge nudge Disappointing But also weirdly satisfying

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St elephant led safaris in Africa Days into the tour a Catholic missionary approaches the camp in search of companions who have mysteriously disappearedAs the group investigates they discover a clan of Pygmies and a harsh world Forest of the Pygmies by Isabelle Allende was a great book I really liked how at the beginning Alexander and Nadia went to a future teller and got a prophecy because I like books like this where the main characters feel that they have to live up to the prophecy In this book the International Geographic team goes to Africa but they end up going to the Forest of the Pygmies The International Geographic team goes to a primitive village called Ngoube with a missionary who wants to find his two missing brothers or other missionaries This village is run by King Kosongo and Commandant Mbemble I think that the reason that they decided to go and help the missionary is because they thought that they could get a good story out of it I think that Alexander and Nadia really focused on freeing the people of Ngoube from Kosongo and Mbemble I thought that they showed great bravery and courage by organizing a revolt with the Pygmies and Bantus I thought that it was very interesting and surprising when at the end of the book it turned out that King Kosonge and the Sorcerer Sombe were both actually Mbemble the Commandant and he had just created the other two to scare the Bantus into being his slaves Overall I think that it was a great book and I would recommend it to anybody You should read the other two books in the series first The City of the Beasts and The Kingdom of the Golden Dragon

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Book à El bosue de los pigmeos ↠ 304 pages Download Ä Alexander Cold and Nadia Santos reunite for their final adventure in Isabel Allende's celebrated trilogy This time they are heading to the blazing plains of Kenya where Alex's grandmother Kate is writing an article about the first elephant led safaris in Africa DOf corruption slavery and poaching Alexander and Nadia must trust in the strength of their totemic animal spirits as they launch a spectacular struggle to restore freedom to the Pygmies and return leadership to its rightful hand Sigh I like Allende's other books but really dislike this series All of my complaints about the second book apply to this one as wellPygmies isn't necessarily a pejorative term but it's not the most PC of terms she could have used And when she's using pygmies rather than a specific ethnic group or some other culturally sensitive term it's harder to overlook her comparing the adults to children and comparing their children to dogs I know she didn't mean it the way it sounds when you say it out of context but that line brought me to a screeching halt and if I hadn't been just a couple of chapters from the end I may not have bothered to finish