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Lions Roar : September 2011
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2011 84 through his film Sharkwater ; and Australian model Hannah Fraser performs in mermaid costumes to educate people on the importance of marine life. Emily Hunter, the editor of The Next Eco-Warriors, is the daughter of Greenpeace’s founding president and is herself an environmental activist. Her work has included trips to Antarctica to help save whales and the Galapagos Islands, where she was held hostage when she tried to stop poaching. Currently, Hunter produces and hosts TV documentaries about environmental issues. EXILES By Cary Groner Spiegel & Grau 2011; 288 pp., $25 (cloth) Exiles begins dramatically, slamming readers into the action. In chapter 1 we meet Peter Scanlon, an American doctor, and Alex, his teenage daughter, caught in the crosshairs of a civil war. They’re in Nepal, hiding in a cold, dark hut. Alex is fever- ish, squatting miserably over a bucket, and Peter is shrugging off the discomfort in his foot. He doesn’t expect to need that foot anyway, not come sunrise. Peter came to Kathmandu to volun- teer at a health clinic, but—it seems—he’d sorely misjudged the dangers involved. Author Cary Groner studied meditation and Tibetan Buddhism with the late Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche for more than fifteen years, and he’s woven the thread of Buddhist philosophy into this fast-paced novel. ♦ We can’t be sure what’s down the road. But at Prentiss Smith & Company we believe that a disciplined investment approach, and attention to each client’s individual situation, can take an investor a long way. For a brochure that includes our performance record please call. TOLL FREE 800 -223-7851 The Long Run. PRENTISS SMITH & COMPANY, INC. Portfolio management for the socially conscious investor since 1982 Offices in Brattleboro & Burlington, Vermont • www.socialinvesting.com