In this age of fast-moving technology, it’s interesting to take a moment to appreciate a book that explores one of the last few inhabited spots on the planet that is not “infected” by this phenomenon. Journalist Scott Wallace’s new title is a fascinating account of recent expeditions into the heart of the Amazon led by explorer Sydney Possuelo and while on assignment for National Geographic. One of the last primitive tribes, the Arrow People remain…
The Unconquered: In Search of the Amazon’s Last Uncontacted Tribes
Surprisingly, the ultimate goal of the group on this adventure was not to actually make contact but rather to avoid it all together. How this is accomplished is a trick in itself. A modern-day trip back in time to the lush and wild.