This book is quirky and unique. I really liked it!
I listened to this one on Audible, and it was fantastic! I wanted to keep listening even after I got out of the car.
Krakauer knows what he‘s doing when it comes to research, and relaying it in such an interesting way. It was so easy to fly through this one!
I first tried listening to this one, and didn‘t care for it. One of my friends absolutely loved it, so I tried again with the paper version. It is fantastic! There are footnotes scattered throughout, and I think that really threw me off while listening to it. The book does not disappoint!
This book was so well put together, considering the circumstances. I worried it would be hit and miss, but it was laid out so well. I could not put it down!
I walked past my bookshelf, caught a glimpse of this one, and immediately wondered “Why haven‘t I read that?!” At just a little over 200 pages, this book is unique and a quick read. I lost interest once or twice, but it was overall a good read!
Loved it. Realized I like Penelope Keith much better as a narrator than the previous.