Chris Waldron Waldron itibaren Ngwedo Village, Uganda
Yaklaşık yarıya kadar bitti. Bir dilbilim uzmanı olan bir beyzbol oyuncusu ve ABD casusluğu yapan Princeton mezununun hayatı ve zamanları hakkında gerçekten ilginç bir biyografi. Biraz kuru ama yine de oldukça eğlenceli.
Wish I could give it 3.5 stars. The last section got slow and boring, but generally I found it very enjoyable.
While I have a copy of this book on my shelf, it has been some time since I read it ... at least five years or so. I remember it being a social commentary of a group of boys who revert to [arguably] a sub-human culture on an island they are shipwrecked on. One group seems more intent on a peaceful existence and maintaining a fruitful life while the other group is much more reckless, self-indulgent, and looking for trouble. The funny thing to me is that there were no females on the island. Therefore they were all doomed to die and be completely forgotten, eventually, without ever producing any offspring who might have a future. You'll see if that is how things pan out, however, when you read the book.