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Kristel
Synopsis: Arto Paasilinna is a Laplander, born in Finland in 1942. He is a woodcutter, farm labor, journalist and poet and author of more than thirty novels. The short little story is the tale of a journalist who one day walks away from it all after finding a wounded hare that was just hit by their car. The adventure takes us through Finland with the man and the hare. He works in the forest, helps with various jobs and runs into all kinds of adventures such as forest fires, bears and ravens. It...more
Dana Resch Lopez
I enjoyed this book, because it reminded me of a similar period I went through, where I needed a change of scene and pace, and so I moved to the mountains and spent a winter in the woods. However, the story just didn't seem plausible, and I found it a little too simple at times.
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May 17, 2013 Laura marked it as to-read
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