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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.
I bought this for my son-in-law who is an avid Colorado Fourteener Hiker. He thought it was informational to some extent. Read morePublished 22 minutes ago by Marian Weiner
Couldn't stop reading it! Stay up past bedtime and woke up early to read itPublished 11 hours ago by Thomas E. DuPont
I enjoyed this book very much . Well written . A hiking account worth reading . Better than most of the AT trail books I have read , including a N.Y.T. best seller . Read morePublished 2 days ago by TWO DOGS
Some sections were a little choppy, but if you truly enjoy tales from long distance hikers and adventurers this one is a must read.Published 3 days ago by Eric J. Friday
Very informative. Gave me a great snapshot of doing a walkthrough. I will follow up with his guide as I am considering adding a walkthrough on my Bucket List.Published 3 days ago by Martin Dollar
Excellent Read. I couldn't put it down! I really enjoyed the writer's writing style which made me feel like I was on the trail with him.Published 4 days ago by Mark Bittner
From step one and for the next 2187 miles I felt that I was hiking along with "AWOL," experiencing, along with him his great adventure. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Charles R. Kaliris