Jul 27, 10
Recommended to Gary by:
Barnes & Noble bookseller
Read from July 25 to 27, 2010 — I own a copy, read count: 1
Never venture into the wilderness without a good map, and always tell someone exactly where you're going, of course that requires that you have the former. But Chris McCandless wanted to go it alone, and with great mystery into the wild unknown... possessed of the American transcendentalist spirit... relying solely upon his intuition and enthusiasm for self-discovery.
I give only three stars because it read like a comparative essay through a greater part of the middle, and way too much about the author's personal adventures. A story in it's own right, but I enjoyed more Chris's!