The diverse indigenous people of Siberia are some of the world's least-known cultures, and they remain at arm's length in Reid's tantalizing but frustrating account of their tragic history and her own travels in post-Soviet Siberia. Her research was clearly hampered by the one-sided (and relentlessly depressing) historical sources as well as the reticence of both white and native Siberians around a British reporter.
I was a bit disappointed & didn't turn out to be what I had thought. Quick return.
Smoothly and sympathetically written, but a bit too journalistic-y for my taste... one can only wish it were longer.
Brilliant! Well researched and written! Read this after reading her book about the siege. Also recommended!
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