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Review: Unknown Sands: Journeys Around the World's Most Isolated CountryUser Review - Lyrel - Goodreads
This is the first book of any kind that I have read about Turkmenistan. It's interesting, but my Turkmen exchange student refutes some of what is written. I see it as a good introduction to an extremely private country. Read full review
Review: Unknown Sands: Journeys Around the World's Most Isolated CountryUser Review - Goodreads
This is the third and best of the books I have read recently on Turkmenistan. The author is a government lawyer who follows his wife to Turkmenistan when she takes a job with the US embassy there. The ...
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