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And Monkeys Threw Crap At Me: Adventures in Hunting, Fishing, and Writing:…

by Mr. Gayne C. Young

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Review: And Monkeys Threw Crap At Me by Gayne Young.

This is a fast pace and witty story. The book is full of adventures and misadventures involving hunting. This is not the type of book I would make a habit of reading. Someone gave it to me a long time ago and I’m glad I kept it because it is of use to me now. The book was very entertaining and educational. I have read plenty of books about safari’s and really enjoyed them but most of this book was also on a safari with some wit, spunk and details within the pages.

I thought the writing was good and I don’t think the author had left any details out right down to the monkeys throwing their feces’ at most of the members on the safari more than just once. There were plenty of events and adventure throughout the book. Like I said I enjoyed the book but the details of killing wild animals touched my heart a little. The men in the group sometimes would be humorous about the beast at large and when they brought one down it was just a trophy on their list of animals they set out to kill. They actually had their own list and one day at a time they would hunt for a certain animal.

This sport still goes on today and women are now joining theses safaris. My type of safari adventure would be just to go out and see these animals in their own habitant and take pictures. There were a few pictures in the book with different people standing next to their animal they brought down. I am an open-minded person but I have a heart. I read the book in stride because there were some good information that I was interested in reading. Once the safari ended in Africa most of the group came back to Texas US where they also have game hunting of that sort. The meat always went to those in need or who would eat that type of meat, the trophy’s were usually horns, teeth, or hoof and the skins they had processed and made into purses, bags, shoes and gloves for their wife or lady friend bake home.

I have six brothers so I try to stay open-minded but I don’t believe they would ever join a safari group to hunt big animals. They are all in US and they do like hunting but only small game, a permit and a heart…. ( )
  Juan-banjo | Dec 9, 2016 |
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