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Ss rare animals and extraordinary people In this wonderful and haunting collection of stories Kuki Gallmann writes of her life in Africa where every day brings challenge and adventure African Nights i. Collection of stories of Gallmann s experiences not recounted in I dreamed of Africa Some of them take place during that time and some since Also included is at least one flashback to her childhood Some of the chapters are actually multiple stories all around the same subject The last 50 pages or so are essentially one story with each chapter being a different aspect of the people leading up to the recounting of the trek with the camels I enjoyed this She s a good story teller and I get a good sense of the people and culture that she s sharing about The Ronin in Africa where every day brings challenge and adventure African Nights Rockonomics i. Collection of stories of Gallmann s experiences not recounted Pathfinder Chronicles in I dreamed of Africa Some of them take place during that time and some since Also Velvet Submission (Club Velvet Ice, included Oil Painting is at least one flashback to her childhood Some of the chapters are actually multiple stories all around the same subject The last 50 pages or so are essentially one story with each chapter being a different aspect of the people leading up to the recounting of the trek with the camels I enjoyed this She s a good story teller and I get a good sense of the people and culture that she s sharing about

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African Nights

S a treasury of memories in which fascinating people and places are brought to life The healing powers Africa can have on those who embrace the land as a place of mystery superstition danger and beaut. Also containing Night Of the Lions Touted as True Stories these are tales of the author s residence in Kenya adventures with wildlife tributes to lost and loyal friends reminisces on her deceased son and husband and poetic meditations on the beauty of the landscape It s mostly informative though Gallmann does stray from the advertised subject a bit with a tale of her childhood in Italy trips back as an adult or talks with an Eastern Indian mystic in Utah And some stories seem a bit less possibly than true see the preternaturally empathetic elephants of Elephant Ballad And yet when Gallmann is on the subject of Africa and has a story to tell it can be truly mesmerizing the conflict of old and new Africa in A Dance Of Spiders for example And certainly you have to respect Gallmann if only for her dedication to the preservation of Africa s wildlife it s clear she loves it and her courage as demonstrated in her undergoing the Camel Trek though bandit country and desert of Kenya In all despite its flaws this is a remarkable dramatic and above all lyrically evocative book of Africa experiences

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Lyrical beautifully written tales of life in Africa Africa evokes a deep sense of mystery It is a place that retains what most of the world has lost space roots traditions awesome beauty true wilderne. Kuki also wrote I Dreamed of Africa which I gave 5 stars I didn t enjoy this one uite as much Almost so it gets 4 stars This book is a collection of stories of her experiences in Africa I do like the way she writes An intriguing storyteller She has a great attention to detail Her emotions are shared clearly outlined sharply and speak to my heart She clearly loves life and Africa4 Stars Outstanding It definitely held my interest


10 thoughts on “African Nights

  1. says:

    Kuki also wrote I Dreamed of Africa which I gave 5 stars I didn't enjoy this one uite as much Almost so it gets 4 stars This book is

  2. says:

    oh my this book is boring so far Kuki uses so many excessive adverbs that the emotional story she tries to tell falls flat for me I'll try to finish this though because I am borrowing this book from someoneNope

  3. says:

    I have never been to Africa I have never felt a desert breeze in my hair or fallen asleep to the shuffling of elephants or the breathing of camels But now having read African Nights I feel like I haveKuki's love of Kenya its people animals and customs shines through each tale like a blistering sunset Her stories are of Africa's bounty the vistas she has climbed flown boated and rode to view and the vast diversity of its wildlife For the mos

  4. says:

    Collection of stories of Gallmann's experiences not recounted in I dreamed of Africa Some of them take place during that time and some since Also included is at least one flashback to her childhood Some of the chapters are

  5. says:

    I've been reading this book for years; first as a reluctant partner in my night time sleep ritual later as a periodic reminder of man

  6. says:

    Boring clumsily written and full of exoticism DNF 15%These aren't even stories they're hardly vignettes Two or three pages will focus on one person spending half a page describing how strange short tall thin naked gaunt or simple they are Then there will be some brief action and a revelation or epiphany about them then the story is overGallman makes constant comparisons between her beloved Africans and animals While s

  7. says:

    Also containing Night Of the Lions Touted as “True Stories” these are tales of the author’s residence in Kenya adventures with wildlife tributes to lost and loyal friends reminisces on her deceased son and husband and poetic meditations on the beauty of the landscape It’s mostly informative though Gallmann does stray from the advertised subject a bit with a tale of her childhood in Italy trips back as an adult o

  8. says:

    This was of a 35 or so for me I bought it specifically because I was going to Kenya and needed a paperback to read on one of the many

  9. says:

    While I liked the writing style we have very different African experiences Also people Please stop referring to one group of people by calling them Africans when you're not referring to their belonging to the continent

  10. says:

    I loved reading these true stories of the life of Kuki Gallmann She is an amazing woman With a life full of adventure hardships and heart ache she took the time to share her experiences though the stories she wrote in this book I have also read her book I dreamed of Africa which was just as amazing I have watched the movie that was made also It makes you wonder how a person can go though so much and still have peace i

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