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not for me
Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2020
I liked the first few chapters; but then the essential story line (humans & nature) fragmented into political exhortions that seemed, at least to me, forced and out of place. It started to remind me of the drivel that comes out of someone who's recently dropped acid, hasn't processed the experience; but can't or won't stop talking about it prematurely. I can't tell if the author's high is natural or enhanced (it should't matter, by the way, it's his experience) but he should have come to understand his own journey and distilled it for us; not barfed it across page after page only partially digested. There may be other readers who truly enjoy this collection of excited utterances but for me it came off as a rough draft rushed to print to meet a deadline or a tight budget. I'd truly hoped for more than that.