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    A green Oasis in a desert of information

    Josh Guide is well written, simple and clear; it suite for everybody also people with medium/low English language skills. It isn't the classic scaremonger tourist guide, it treats every topic with depth taught and knowledge. Wonderful source to plan you visit in Xinjiang (to not consider that it is also you only option :D ).
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    Xinjiang in expert hands

    Josh Summers lives Xinjiang and he shares that love through this insightful and detailed travel guide. I have already visited Xinjiang once and look forward to exploring it more deeply with Josh 's help.
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    The best guide to Xinjiang

    This is a terrific addition to writing on Xinjiang travel. Most guides I've seen before have only basic information with few updates from one edition to another. Josh Summer's guidebook has a lot more information on the usual sites , making planning easier, but more interesting is the range of smaller sites, the sort of places that make travelling really interesting. This is a guidebook clearly written by someone familiar with the region. There are also comprehensive lists of accommodation and places to eat, usually with contact information. Until this guide came out, I'd had difficulty finding up-to-date information, particularly on the southern silk route, but it's all here, including really good, clear maps. Now that there are high speed trains to Urumqi there will be more tourists so this guide is very timely.
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    Very helpful guide

    Realistic about what is worth visiting and what isn't. Great for practical information (hotels, transportation, etc.).
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    For those who want to be prepared...

    I am one of those travelers who greatly enjoys the advance research. Although I have not yet had my Xinjiang trip I have already found value in this book and now that I have learned more about Xinjiang, I only wish that I had more time to explore the region. As I have no Uygur or Mandarin language skills, I am reliant on other "travel tools". Thanks Josh Summers for adding to my tool kit.
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