Review: Publishers Weekly

"Arnold draws on his extensive reporting in the Brazilian Amazon and joins it with history, memoir, and travel writing in this well-crafted debut," writes Publisher's Weekly. "The reader leaves with a newfound understanding of the diversity, complexity, and corruption to be found in the modern Amazon." 

Read the first pre-publication review of The Third Bank of the River in this week's issue of Publishers Weekly.

 

Publishers Weekly: Picador Goes Down River With Arnold

Chris Feliciano Arnold sold his debutThe Third Bank of the River: Life and Death in the 21st-Century Amazon, to P.J. Horoszko at Picador, who preempted world rights from Richard Florest of Rob Weisbach Creative Management. The book is a work of narrative nonfiction combining literary reportage, travel writing, and memoir. Arnold has contributed to Harper’s, the Atlantic, and the Los Angeles Times