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Jon Krakauer is one of the best writers of nonfiction. He first proved that in magazines, but his books began with INTO THE WILD in 1996. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Beth
Great book for those who love reading nonfictional stories... Probably my favorite book so far. Other books of Jon Krakauer's are also amazing! Check them out... 😀Published 5 days ago by flygurl
I love the way Krakauer weaves a story. I look forward to reading anything he writes.Published 5 days ago by Carol Ann Stahlberg
Beautifully written and what a lovely young man with such adventure and love of life. I wish I could had been one of the people that had the pleasure of meeting him. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Linda Logsdon
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|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
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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
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The gold cell.
I too was trying to figure it out. :)
Jun 30, 2008 by jc43156 | See all 3 posts
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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
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