David Good Audio Books

David Good Audio Books

David Good is a member of a remote indigenous tribe known as the Yanomami. David’s mother is Yanomami residing in the Amazon rainforest of southeastern Venezuela, in a region known as the Upper Orinoco. His father, Kenneth Good, is an American anthropologist whom studied the Yanomami people for decades. Their family’s history has been televised in National Geographic and written about in People magazine, New York Times, and the London Times. David has inherited a unique heritage in being one of very few members of the Yanomami tribe who has lived and been raised in the “outside” world.

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