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The Man-Eaters of Eden Audiobook

The Man-Eaters of Eden: Life and Death in Kruger National Park

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It was the winter of 1902; South African park ranger Harry Wolhuter was on horseback, patrolling the area for poachers at Kruger National Park. Little did he know, he was also being stalked. Out of nowhere, two huge male lions pounced on Harry's horse, knocking the man to the ground. The horse ran off, leaving Harry to fend for himself. One of the lions lunged at him - piercing deep into his flesh and bones - and began to drag him far into the jungle to finish him off. Harry's only hope for survival was the small sheath he carried on his right hip, and he could not reach it easily. With a few quick stabs to the massive beast's chest, he waited and prayed for the best. Miraculously, after spending hours in a tree - drifting in and out of consciousness - with only his terrier standing between him and the second lion, he survived the attack and lived to tell his story.

But others have not been so lucky at Kruger National Park. Today, Mozambican refugees are being eaten alive in great numbers as they attempt to walk the Kruger, yet no one seems to know about these massacres, and nothing is being done to stop them. More lion attacks have been documented in the past year than ever before.

And so begins the investigative journey of journalist Robert Frump. In July of 2002, his plane touched down on the airfields west of Kruger, and what he discovered was beyond belief.

The Man-Eaters of Edenuncovers the simple truth, that more people are eaten by lions today, than ever before.

©2006 Lyons Press (P)2013 Race Point Production (Robert R. Frump, author)

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    This book is a gem that you shouldn't overlook. I picked this up while looking for the 'Man eaters of Tsavo' but I honestly had no idea I had just hooked into one of the most memorable reads of my life. This book is beautifully written and even more so since it details the scene of real human suffering and desperation, it's a story told for a sad reason but one that doesn't needlessly bum you out; in fact you feel like you needed to be informed. Absolutely worth the credit.

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