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Described by friends and relatives as smart, literate, compassionate, and funny, did McCandless simply read too much Thoreau and Jack London and lose sight of the dangers of heading into the wilderness alone? Krakauer, whose own adventures have taken him to the perilous heights of Everest, provides some answers by exploring the pull the outdoors, seductive yet often dangerous, has had on his own life. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
This is a beautifully written book. It is book that people of all ages can relate to, male or female.Published 2 hours ago by kristina shebchuk
This book, if I may be dramatic, has changed my perspective and fueled my passion for nature and adventure. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jess
It's a odd way it is structured. I didn't enjoy the parts where the author has to describe his own adventure at a time in where I was really looking forward to finding out Chris... Read morePublished 4 days ago by K. Stacey
Good narration but I liked Into Thin Air more. The author writes of other explorers more than I would like.Published 6 days ago by CBack
An intriguing read. Bought it for my AP Composition and Language class, and it was the same as the original version. Really cool and an easy read. Read morePublished 6 days ago by marla.gela.love