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The book itself is actually very good, although I ordered this book for school. However, the condition of the book could have been better. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
The only reason the author wrote this book is he has idiotic tendencyes like the caricature. If I were't driving with nothing else to listen to I would have quit listening half way... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very entertaining and powerful tale of a man and his determination to choose an alternative lifestyle...the vast wilderness...and the stark realities of such a choice. Read morePublished 7 days ago by C. Waterhouse
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|Into the Wild...the MOVIE||
As a longtime Alaskan who lived half my life in arctic bush Alaska, and as a writer (who is quoted incompletely, and therefore out of context in the book version of Into the Wild) I find the continued hoo-ha over both Jon's book and the resulting film to be astounding. The book was basically an... Read More
Oct 23, 2007 by Nick Jans | See all 37 posts
|What if Chris got out???||
i don't think it matters what he would've done with his life. But what matters is if we'd care enough to read his story. because i'm sure there are many more people out there who've had similar adventures
Jun 22, 2010 by Alex Ramos | See all 3 posts
|Welcome to the Into the Wild forum||
I just finished reading INTO THE WILD and I can't seem to get it out of my mind. Krakauer's reporting that some Alaskan "locals" fumed about any sympathy for this poor kid's horrible death reminded me a lot of local contempt for another Alaskan tragedy--the "GRIZZLY MAN"... Read More
Feb 13, 2006 by C. Enright | See all 10 posts
|Age appropriateness of book?||
I agree with R. Milford, editing some language might be needed. However, the theme of the book is perfect for 8th grade - my own 14 year-old son just read this for a report in school. What impressed him was that this young man never found what he was looking for because he left everyone he... Read More
Jan 15, 2009 by Amazon Customer | See all 5 posts
|What book is he reading?||
The gold cell.
I too was trying to figure it out. :)
Jun 30, 2008 by jc43156 | See all 3 posts
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