I enjoyed this. Very informative about the people, animals and vegetation in the Gibi Desert.
A decent account of Thayer's trek across the Gobi with her husband. Written in journalistic fashion, I found the interactions with the natives to be the best parts. The rest is good but lacks an impressive writing style to make it especially stand out. Still, a good enough read for travel buffs to look into.
The writing is ordinary, the author has no special insight, and the account is a little dull, but I still enjoyed reading about the adventure.
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