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Not my normal reading, (historical novels, biographies, and running books), but I was so enamored of Abbey's descriptions of the desert that I had to read every word! Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Kindle Customer
Abbey truly loved the high desert country and opposed rampant development. I agree with his point of view, especially when city folks moved to rural or semirural lands and demand... Read morePublished 16 days ago by John R. Sproat Jr.
Some of the descriptions of his natural surroundings were almost poetic. The river trip through the canyon was fascinating. Worth reading all these years later.Published 18 days ago by Gail McLaren
Understandably this was a fresh topic in 1970's however this book is childish, the author stupidly reckless and he just wrote it to be famous! Read morePublished 18 days ago by Marsha A Fuller
Great read! We miss Ed's observations of his beloved wild country and his scathing criticisms of civilization wanting to over-develop wild places! Read morePublished 26 days ago by wc
I enjoy Abby's gift of language. The descriptive passages are inspiring. As someone who has worked the ranches of the west, not sure that he always gets the animal connection. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Bruce Hoppe
Awesome book and incredibly compelling read. Thanks to my friend Zac for recommending it!Published 1 month ago by Robin E. Way Jr.
After getting through two other books by Abbey, this one bored me to tears.. His salute to Nature.. I like Nature also; but his was just boring..Published 1 month ago by henry tony miller