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This is not my first book on the topic of migration, so I found this book short and not comprehensive, which may be the very qualities that would make it a good first book. The book did shed light on several concepts that I hadn't perceived before, like there being migratory and non-migratory populations within the same species, and how each is affected differently by external factors, such as the current expansion of man (who, just to note, I do not see as a 'virus' on earth (which is a bad thing) but as a platform for higher consciousness (which is a good thing).
I found the book to be a loose, and still inconclusive collection, as the author refrained from any specific agenda, such as 'man is categorically bad' as is the current fashion in certain misguided ideological quarters. The author could have pandered to that demograph (and the publisher missed the opportunity), but thankfully the author did not and the publisher had more promising prospects to ruin.