Shooting the Boh by Tracy Johnston
A Woman's Voyage Down the Wildest River in Borneo

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A thrilling, touching, and densely instructive book, Shooting the Boh is also a frank self-portrait of a woman facing her most corrosive fears--and triumphing over them--with fortitude and unflagging wit. "A captivating and truly offbeat rite of passage."--Eric Hansen.

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Published January 5, 2011 by Vintage. 274 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Travel, Action & Adventure. Non-fiction

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The jungles of Borneo can bring adventurers to their knees--and elevate adventurous writers to admirable heights, as evidenced by Eric Hansen's Stranger in the Forest (1987) and, now, by free-lance writer Johnston's smart, passionate account of rafting down the island's treacherous Boh River.

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