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Didn't want to put it down once I started reading and like the author was sad to see the journey end.
Miller gives a step by step account of his AT hike as well as detailed description of the trail, which makes you feel as though you are walking with him.
There is a library of books about hiking the Appalachian Trail, but David Miller's account of his 2003 thru-hike is the first one I've read.
If you have any interest in hiking the AT, this is a must read. It is really a journal, and by far the most honest and transparent I have seen.Published 8 hours ago by Muddy Boots
A good read about the Appalachian Trail. The author could have told us much more about his interior self before the last chapter. Not a "Zen and the art of... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Timothy C. Zeddies
I hiked NJ in 93 and Ct 14. Will do more hiking in the near future. Gear sure changed in 11 years!!Published 1 day ago by Lois
Great read I did enjoy the people that David encounters on the trail and friendships made
He has inspired me to take on a few sections this year
I really enjoyed this book. Hard to put down! Makes me want to hike the trail! Plan to do it in the future.Published 2 days ago by Gloria D Myles
I had read Bryson's A Walk in the Woods and my nephew had just completed the Trail. I did appreciate that for someone over 40 who is not used to hiking this can be hard on your... Read morePublished 2 days ago by G. G. Lutkenhaus
I got interested in reading about people who have done thru-hiking after I read Wild by Cheryl Strayed. AWOL is a journal, written by a cubicle type worker. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Barbara L. Costello
This is good book, BUT it is DRM locked. You can't convert it over to an EPUB format and read it on you iPad.Published 2 days ago by John C. Yeargin