We’ve gotten some nice comments from folks who have seen some of the pre-publication layouts and pages.

“What manner of insanity would lead us to destroy our own cradle. A cradle that still brings forth so much life.
That is the Serengeti. And its richness and wonder are under great threat.
Boyd Norton’s book, Serengeti, shows us this magical land in all its splendor, and demonstrates how we might better know it and preserve it”.
Ed Begley, Jr., actor, eco-activist

“Boyd Norton, who over the past fifty years has proven himself one of the world’s finest wilderness photographers, immerses himself in the world’s ultimate wilderness–the Serengeti–and produces his masterpiece: the capstone of his splendid career. Visually stunning, evocatively written, Norton’s Serengeti brings us back to our common birthplace and makes a compelling argument for the need to protect and preserve it. Norton has convinced me: the Serengeti is the one place on earth I must experience before I die.”
Joe McGinniss, author of Going to Extremes, Fatal Vision and (forthcoming) The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin.

“The Survival of the Serengeti and its mass migrations of animals is of critical importance for the world. This book of Boyd Norton’s photographs conveys the whole magical essence of these great plains and animals.”
Ian Player, Founder, International Wilderness School, South Africa

“On the eve of human and animal extinctions, on-going and those still to come, Boyd Norton’s exquisite images of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro shock us back into East Africa’s “eternal beginnings,” its thundering migrations, and the nourishment of its stillness. This book is a gift, a piece of hope. Grab it now.” Gretel Ehrlich, Author The Solace of Open Spaces

“A pictorial and poetic tour de force. ” Kathi Anderson, Executive Director, The Thoreau Institute Walden Woods Project

“Boyd Norton’s spectacular new book about the Serengeti comes at a crucial moment. His brilliant photography and compelling writing remind us of this incomparable place where life unfolds with unparalleled scale and drama, just as the Tanzanian government is uncovering plans for a road (and perhaps a railroad) that would disrupt the fabled migrations that define life in this grand landscape. I hope that this book will mobilize the lovers of the Serengeti to save it.” John A. Knox, Executive Director, Earth Island Institute

And a whole bunch more – thanks to all.