By Greg Niemann
Publisher: Mountain N 'Air Books (January 1999)
La Crescenta, California
Niemann is a life-long Baja buff with a home in Cantamar, Baja California, Mexico. He has traveled and camped all over the Baja peninsula for over 50 years.
. . the telling of experiences and lessons learned by a man, and his family and
friends, during their many travels and stays in Baja California, México. BAJA
FEVER - not a guidebook - is a delightful inlet into the lives and souls of
Baja Californios, and the beautiful peninsula. Greg Niemann is of a third
generation of a family inflicted with the contagious but benevolent fever. He
tells of his experiences in a unique writing style, in a manner guaranteed to
move the readers."
outstanding Baja book!, May 30, 2000
A truly terrific book on Baja. Greg Niemann captures the incredible drawing
power of Baja, through his personal experiences of years of travel throughout
the peninsula. I really enjoyed the detailed descriptions of the places Greg
has visited. I love this book!
Tim Walker (Los Angeles)
Fever contains some very good, punchy writing about the author's varied
journeys through Baja. The reader can follow the author's personal growth as he
describes a lifelong love affair with Baja." —Gene Kira, author of the
popular fishing guide, The Baja Catch and the heartwarming Baja-based novel,
King of the Moon
really enjoyed reading Baja Fever. It is a gold mine of Baja history and
adventure - a useful Baja book of depth and validity." —Graham
Mackintosh, author of Into a Desert Place
A great book on Baja!, May 27, 2000
I couldn't put this book down! Greg Niemann's detailed explanations of the
things he's seen in his many years of Baja travel make this a gem of a book to
own! Having caught "Baja Fever" a few years back, all this book did
was raise my temperature to new heights! Baja Fever is one illness I really
want to keep! -- Reviewer, Los Angeles.