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Ishmael

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Published to coincide with the release of the sequel, "My Ishmael", and the Hollywood movie based on the great ape's story, this "New York Times" ... Show synopsis

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Anthony W

Ishmael

by Anthony W on Sep 15, 2011

"With man gone, will there be hope for gorilla?" "With gorilla gone, will there be hope for man?" Read this and follow up with "The story of B" and "My Ishmael". A perspective that we all see, but tend to ignore because it is easier to follow the current. More

Ukumbwa - Indigeny & Energetics

Important book....must read...

....just know that the book develops slowly and comes to a much more essential development later in the book. But as a template for understanding the ultimate human mistake of modernism, this book is irreplaceable as a fictionalized trip in the reality of our current social/environmental/spiritual ... More

Nirak
by Nirak on Oct 16, 2008

Ishmael- A book so simple yet so profound. If you are concerned with our world today and think we need to re-evalute and re-direct ourselves, read Ishmael. I have bought several copies to give to friends and I think this should be " A Must-Read" in school, so that our future generation has a chance ... More

Mikmaq

If you want to change the world-start here!

by Mikmaq on Feb 1, 2008

The message in this book is so simple to grasp, but like the narrator, how do we get others to heed it. The way we view the world has got to change if we are going to accomplish a significant change in solving its problems. As Einstein said: "Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness ... More

Mojo

Must Read

by Mojo on Jan 31, 2008

The first book in Quinn's master trilogy. It felt like a wake-up call with a slap on the side. This novella should be required reading for every citizen of this planet. He works wonders with the trilogy as a body, approaching from three different angles and highlighting details from above, below, ... More

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