Malaria Dreams by Stuart Stevens
An African Adventure

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Malaria Dreams is a tale of high adventure across Africa, recounted with the wit and humor that delighted readers of Night Train to Turkistan, Stuart Stevens' highly praised first book. "A rollicking, off-beat African odyssey".--Publishers Weekly.

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Born in Jackson, Mississippi, Stuart Stevens is both a writer and a political strategist. He is the author of four previous books, including "Malaria Dreams" and "Feeding Frenzy, " as well as of some of the earliest episodes of the critically acclaimed television series "I'll Fly Away" and the Emmy award-winning "Northern Exposure." His articles and essays have appeared in "The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Outside, Esquire, The New Republic, " and elsewhere. Over the past eighteen years he has also helped to elect dozens of governors and senators, as well as international clients, such as Vaclav Havel of Czechoslovakia. He lives in New York City and Stowe, Vermont.
Published January 1, 1989 by Atlantic Monthly Press. 236 pages
Genres: Travel, Biographies & Memoirs, History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Stevens, whose first comic travelogue (Night Train to Turkistan, 1988) received a hearty round of applause, wins accolades again for this hilarious account of a benighted car-journey across the skull of Africa.

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