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The Life and Fate of the Indian Tiger book trailer

Posted on | January 12, 2010 | 3 Comments

A few months ago, my client Tobias Lanz published his book The Life and Fate of the Indian Tiger—

The book carefully intertwines history, culture, and myth with Lanz’ personal narrative as he travels through India. This makes it an exciting, engaging read, even for those not actively engaged in Wildlife conservations and research.

And I am thrilled to present a two minute TRAILER for the book! You can watch it here, or link to it on YouTube.

Take a minute and view the trailer. It’s boss!

Acclaim for the book: “An absorbing account; full of information, passion and insight.” —Pankaj Sekhsaria, Kalpavriksh Environmental Action Group, India

“His text offers educated general readers a multifaceted look at India’s endangered Bengal tigers, incorporating historical and cultural topics…and events from his field work. He also discusses global efforts at tiger conservation and suggests what must be done in the future to ensure the survival of this fascinating animal.”
—SciTech Book News September 2009

“Tobias Lanz’s book is well written and does a fine job of research. he is obviously in awe of the tiger; the greatest of the cats, and his emotion runs through the pages of his narrative.” —Peter Byrne, Executive Dir., The International Wildlife Conservation Society, Inc.

Take two minutes and watch the trailer!

Or go to amazon.com and buy the book!

Comments

3 Responses to “The Life and Fate of the Indian Tiger book trailer”

  1. beth feely
    January 20th, 2010 @ 7:07 pm

    What a great intro to his new Tiger book. Congratulations on a great job…and the Wakesters help, another great idea! I better keep reading the blog!

  2. Leslie Feely
    January 23rd, 2010 @ 4:49 pm

    Great trailer!

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