Menno Moto  


Menno Moto
Biblioasis | March 24, 2020 | 328 pages
ISBN: 9781771963473

In the 1920s, the most radical Mennonites--fearing a loss of autonomy--moved from Canada to Latin America, where they built colonies, keeping their doors and minds closed for nearly a century against the rest of the sinful world. They live as if time has stood still, with their clothes, farms and their outlook unchanged for centuries, and this isolation bears dark social consequences. Seeking answers in an eight-month, 45,000 km solo motorcycle journey across the Americas, Cameron Dueck finds reasons to both love and loathe the identity he searched for.