"As in the best travel literature, the account of the physical journey in The Language of the Land becomes a voyage of the self...Stephenson treats readers to a memorable portrait of the Hadzabe, a shy people who relish the moment, do not understand greed, and manifest profound reverence for nature and their ancestors...With alluring descriptions of nature and an inspiring depiction of this ancient tribe, he will likely provoke readers into a new respect for remote corners of the earth, where people still understand 'the language of the land' --New York Times
"Extraordinary...a fine book marked by its deep respect for these people, who still hunt with bows and arrows, still speak to their ancestor spirits." --National Geographic Adventure
"One of the most eye-opening, enjoyable, and inspiring books you'll ever read."
"This fascinating account is told with wit, warmth, and great respect." --African Sun Times