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Into the Wild
Into the Wild | Jon Krakauer
In April 1992 a young man from a well-to-do family hitchhiked to Alaska and walked alone into the wilderness north of Mt. McKinley. His name was Christopher Johnson McCandless. He had given $25,000 in savings to charity, abandoned his car and most of his possessions, burned all the cash in his wallet, and invented a new life for himself. Four months later, his decomposed body was found by a moose hunter.How McCandless came to die is the unforgettable story of Into the Wild.Immediately after graduating from college in 1991, McCandless had roamed through the West and Southwest on a vision quest like those made by his heroes Jack London and John Muir.In the Mojave Desert he abandoned his car, stripped it of its license plates, and burned all of hiscash.He would give himself a new name, Alexander Supertramp, and , unencumbered by money and belongings, he would be free to wallow in the raw, unfiltered experiences that nature presented.Craving a blank spot on the map, McCandless simply threw the maps away.Leaving behind his desperate parents and sister, he vanished into the wild.Jon Krakauer constructs a clarifying prism through which he reassembles the disquieting facts of McCandless's short life.Admitting an interst that borders on obsession, he searches for the clues to the dries and desires that propelled McCandless.Digging deeply, he takes an inherently compelling mystery and unravels the larger riddles it holds: the profound pull of the American wilderness on our imagination; the allure of high-risk activities to young men of a certain cast of mind; the complex, charged bond between fathers and sons.When McCandless's innocent mistakes turn out to be irreversible and fatal, he becomes the stuff of tabloid headlines and is dismissed for his naivet, pretensions, and hubris.He is saidto have had a death wish but wanting to die is a very different thing from being compelled to look over the edge. Krakauer brings McCandless's uncompromising pilgrimage out of the shadows, and the peril, adversity , and renunciation sought by this enigmatic young man are illuminated with a rare understanding--and not an ounce of sentimentality. Mesmerizing, heartbreaking, Into the Wild is a tour de force. The power and luminosity of Jon Krakauer's stoytelling blaze through every page.From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Karkar
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This was my first Krakauer book and will not be my last. It was an interesting story about a young man who was from a well off family who goes out into Alaska to investigate a new life for himself.

TheBookHippie I highly recommend the movie. 3w
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SarahBookInterrupted
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See what Lindsay had to say about Into the Wild on Book Interrupted‘s Manuscript Mondays. https://www.bookinterrupted.com/post/manuscript-monday-into-the-wild

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JacintaMCarter
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#2022Book32
I have to admit, I find the controversy surrounding this story more interesting than the story itself. Krakauer is a good writer, but he frequently lets the story get bogged down in repetitive details and spends too much time jumping around instead of just telling what happened from start to end.

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Addison_Reads
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LindaLappin Absolutely agree. One of my favorites. I used this for years in my first year EFL classes in Italy, and the students really identified with the story. 2mo
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MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm
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Nope, nope, NOPE!
What a spoiled, ignorant, hypocritical fool. I‘m sorry for his family and that he had to choose the dumbest way to pursue a dream that was completely realistic. You can denounce how most of society lives and forge your own path, just be fucking SMART about it!

I know kids in Scouts that have more sense than this guy.

At least it‘s another off my TBR. It‘s also my March #BookSpin.

ErinSueMreads I literally can't stand any of jon krakauers books 2mo
TheAromaofBooks I haven't read this book, but I felt rather the same way about this guy's general story.... like what he did was choose slow suicide, not a new way of life. 😕 2mo
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm @ErinSueMreads This is my first Krakauer. I didn‘t mind so much the writing, just the story of Chris itself. 2mo
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Exactly!! 🤦‍♀️ @TheAromaofBooks It‘s such a frustrating story, especially when you know other people practically worship the guy as some sort of patron saint of the free spirit… 2mo
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Tineke
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This was my January #bookspin @TheAromaofbooks. I did enjoy the read. It was sad and heartbreaking. I am glad I have finished it. I hope the family of Chris McCandless is okay now. And that Chris McCandless is wherever he wants to be.
TBR since at least June 2nd. 2019; 203 pages.

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 2mo
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BookishRedhead
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So I walked into my local bookshop and the cashier said "I love when you come in! You never read the same kinda thing"
Which is true I've grown to read more stuff that isn't YA

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#Movie2BookRecs @Klou
Prompt: Eat Pray Love

Klou Brilliant!! 6mo
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Denzel.Que
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It was a rollercoaster! One minute, I admire the character's bravery and tenacity, next I get so worked up with his stubbornness. A true display of real human life.

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Texreader
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Jon Krakauer is an auto-buy author for me and this book is one of the reasons why. An absolutely fascinating book. Ebook on sale today.

HeathHof Oooh thanks for the heads up on this one, going to purchase it now!😊 6mo
Alora Loooved this book and movie 6mo
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eeclayton
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I can't identify with Chris McCandless at all, but for some reason I found this book beautiful, fascinating and haunting.

This was my #BookSpin for September @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
TheNeverendingTBR So much love 💟 8mo
eeclayton @TheNeverendingTBR Agreed. Krakauer presents this story with so much compassion and respect ❤️ 8mo
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LSUBengalBelle
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So I‘m an idiot. I knew there was a movie on his but I didn‘t realize this was a true story! Wow. I never watched the movie but since I enjoyed “Into Thin Air” by Jon Krakauer I thought I would try this one even though I didn‘t think I would enjoy it as much. I was completely wrong!

After reading the book it sent me down the rabbit hole of researching this more. I was completely invested! 1000% would read again!

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Lissa00
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#weeklyforecast #currentlyreading #netgalley

Into the Wild is a buddy (re)read with my son who chose it as his independent reading book for English class. It was one of the choices for “coming of age” books 😳

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Biohaz74
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10/10 had a few tears reading this but is absolutely a must read

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LapReader
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1. Hotel to be honest. Never been in a yurt though friends who have done the Silk Road loved it so pretty sure I would too. Family tradition is a water ski trip in January where we sleep in a cabin. Have been doing that since I was 12 also in January is a tent at Rainbow beach where the stingers are bad. No showers and drop toilets! Did a lot of under the stars as a teenager. 2. LapReader as that‘s how I read when camping. 3. Tagged. 4. 3 books.

ImperfectCJ I almost chose that same book...such a good one! Glad to have you at camp! 10mo
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jenniferw88
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Eggs 🙌🏻🖤⚪️☑️👏🏻 12mo
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bookishprofessor
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I didn‘t get to read too much in May (thanks, final grades), but what I did read ended up having an unintentional theme. Any guesses on what the theme might be? The answer is in my monthly reading round-up! >> https://www.bookishprofessor.com/blog/category/monthly+round-up

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful photo!! 12mo
Crazeedi Welcome to litsy! Glad you are here 12mo
bookishprofessor @Crazeedi thank you! I‘m enjoying it so far! 12mo
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Bibliophile004
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This was my 3rd Krakauer book, and it did not disappoint! I love Krakauer‘s style of in-depth research, journalism and story telling. This book chronically the well know story of Chris McCabdleness‘ demise in the alaska wilderness. I enjoyed the way krakauer told the story. It keep you interested in a way most non-fiction pieces can‘t. Highly recommend.

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GinaKButler
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Up next! I loved Into Thin Air last year and this one has been on my TBR for a while now. I‘ve heard good things! #backlist #nonfiction

DHill I loved both of these! 13mo
Therewillbebooks Loved Into the Wild 13mo
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WorldsOkayestStepMom
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I thought this was an okay book. I read it on the advice of my high school junior and I definitely see how an English teacher can foster great discussions based on it!

Texreader I really enjoyed this one as well as Into Thin Air by Krakauer as well 13mo
Megabooks I felt he inserted himself into the narrative too much in this one. 13mo
WorldsOkayestStepMom @Megabooks yes! I felt that way too! 13mo
WorldsOkayestStepMom @Texreader I may read Into Thin Air, thank you for the suggestion. 13mo
Crazeedi This one I didnt like as much as into thin air 13mo
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Professional_Book_Dragon
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So grateful to my book swap buddy @Blackink_WhitePaper for these thoughtful gifts! I‘m so excited to read this and use the gratitude journal!!!

Blackink_WhitePaper I am glad u liked it 😀 happy reading ! 💐 14mo
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TheNeverendingTBR
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Some of my favourite quotes of all time are within this book. ❤

Enchanted_Bibliophile I've been meaning to read this ons forever. But never seems to get around to actually doing it. 1y
TheNeverendingTBR @Enchanted_Bibliophile It's such a great read, I highly recommend it! 👌 1y
CuriousG Have you read the book his sister wrote? I think kt is called The Wild Truth, or something like that. 1y
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TheNeverendingTBR @CuriousG I actually had this book years ago but I don't know what happened to it,it sort of disappeared into the void! 😂 (to answer your question, no I never got to reading it) 😐 is it a good read? 1y
CuriousG I found it quite interesting. It provides a lot of background info about family dynamics that you don't get much of in Into The Wild 1y
TheNeverendingTBR @CuriousG What's your thoughts on it all? 1y
CuriousG I listened to it on audio and really enjoyed it overall. I think it provided a lot of insight into Chris' motivations for leaving and his lack of connection with parents. It wasn't perfectly constructed by any means, but I think it was worth my time. 1y
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Allthebookclubs
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I found this at our on post thrift store for pennies! I can‘t believe I hadn‘t read it sooner. What a great dive into the life of Chris McCandless, Krakouer does him great justice. I visited Alaska a couple of years ago and fell in love with its beauty, I‘ve begged my husband to get us stationed there. While I‘m an adventurer at heart, I‘m not as brave as Alex Supertramp. (And I would‘ve called my mom a hundred times)Book 10 of 2021

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Kimberlone
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My favorite part of this version of the Bernie at the inauguration meme is they only photoshopped his upper body in order to keep McCandless‘s Xtratuf boots. #LitsyHumor

Crazeedi 😅😅 1y
LibrarianRyan That one is pretty good. 1y
Chrissyreadit I love this so much 1y
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Tanisha_A I am dying 🤣 1y
Saknicole Omg so good 13mo
Kimberlone @Saknicole right?! #alaskacore (edited) 13mo
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Kimberlone
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Posting about this since Into the Wild is such a popular book on Litsy. One of my regular podcasts did a deep dive in honor of the 25th anniversary of the publication, including insight on the publishing world at the time and an in-depth interview with Krakauer. Growing up in AK, I‘ve been aware McCandless‘s story my whole life, so it was interesting to learn more about the research and writing of the book.

Link to Spotify below 👇🏼

Mitch Just downloaded it - thanks so much for the heads up 👍🏼 1y
Kimberlone @Mitch you‘re welcome, even as someone who is super aware of the story, I learned a lot from listening. I hope you enjoy! 1y
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youneverarrived I‘ll definitely listen to this! Thank you for sharing 💚 the book and the film both made a huge impression on me. 1y
Kimberlone @youneverarrived oh good! I hope you learn something new. My least favorite part of the book is Krakauer‘s frequent inserting of his own life experiences, but I like that he addresses the criticisms he received about that in the interview! 1y
kspenmoll Thanks- cannot wait to listen. 1y
Kimberlone @kspenmoll hope you enjoy! 1y
JakeRuble I‘ll download this now! Thanks for sharing! 1y
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JakeRuble
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An inspirational book for anyone with a drifters spirit. A look into the life of a young man who‘s desire to find himself was greater than his need to conform. All though some see this as a tragic story about the end to a young mans life, I see it his as a beautiful story of discovery that ends too soon. (I don‘t think this is a spoiler as the books starts with this information and it‘s literally on the cover, I apologize if I‘m wrong)

Buechersuechtling Oooooooh, I was inclined to read it, after I saw the film. Now that you brought it up again, I feel like I want to read it now‼️ 1y
JakeRuble @Buechersuechtling the film did a great job capturing the spirit of the book, but of course it‘s difficult to get all the emotion into film. It‘s a great and quick read. I highly recommend it. 1y
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Mrs.C
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I am torn on how to rate this book. I keep going back and forth. While I don‘t know how I feel about him as a person, think the story of McCandless is incredibly interesting and he certainly did what made him happy. Krakauer‘s telling of McCandless‘s story seemed to be highly researched and keep me interested.

Jeannineth I read it a few years ago and it has stuck with me. Tragic story. 1y
Allthebookclubs Krakouer really does a great job telling Chris‘ story! I could‘ve gone without some of the others he used to parallel, but I enjoyed his writing. 1y
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Mrs.C
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New Years morning hike followed up by snuggles on the couch reading Into the Wild 🪵🍂🪨

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kaysworld1
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Thank you @jhod and @rockpools for the birthday card's you made me feel cared about.
For my birthday I turned off social media because I wanted to avoid people then I ate seafood and got drunk 🥴

#oneyearolder #livingmybestlife #drunkbirthday #litsyfamily #litsyfriends #timealone #thankyouforbeingmyfriend #reading #reading #read

jhod Sounds perfect! X 1y
rockpools Yay! Have a wonderful Christmas, too 😘 1y
BookishTrish Happy Holidays, Kay! 1y
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lucifare
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When I was visiting my sister in Fairbanks they were in the process of moving the bus to the museum and we were able to catch a glimpse of it from the side of the road. I enjoyed the book and the romanticism of his ideals of nature but am glad the bus has been moved to help reduce the number of deaths and rescues of people trying to recreate his experience.

TheBookHippie I donated to the fixing up of it ! 1y
lucifare @TheBookHippie That is awesome! Thank you for sharing the link as well! 1y
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dainarmb
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Honest question- how does one read a paperback book WITHOUT causing the cover to curl up? 😅🙈 #currentlyreading this intense true story... gonna be an interesting one to review, for sure.

Shmemilina Don‘t know how to get it to not curl up in the first place but a rubber band around the edge usually helps get it back into shape! 1y
dainarmb @Shmemilina good call, I'll try that! Thanks 1y
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Kimberlone
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#12ColorsofDecember Day 2: Snow White ❄️🏔

It‘s hard to see on the cover, but the famous decommissioned bus that Christopher McCandless spent his summer in Alaska and his last days of life the following winter is featured, covered in a blanket of snow. Photo taken about 230 miles from the bus‘s original location.

#WinterGames #TeamRedNosedReindeer @StayCurious

InkintheMargins I teach this text and Chris's story to my juniors. They always feel so strong about him, one way or the other. Did they ever settle on where the bus would be moved to? 1y
Kimberlone @MadDashReading I‘m not sure it‘s current location (I believe it was temporarily relocated to be refurbished), but it‘s final home is meant to be the Museum of the North at University of Alaska Fairbanks. As an Alaskan, I have mixed feelings about Chris‘s story, and to be honest not a huge fan of Krakauer‘s book (I think Into Thin Air is a much superior book). While the film is much more romanticized, it‘s beautifully done. 1y
Crazeedi @Kimberlone I agree that Into Thin Air was much better book 1y
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InkintheMargins The text definitely has its flaws. We always watch the documentary Return to the Wild and discuss Krakauer's authorial license with the story. I haven't read Carine McCandless's book yet, but my students always find her to be very credible. Yes, my students fall in love with the beauty of his transcendental ideas (the film is great for that!), but repel against the illogical choices he seems to make. It is always an impassioned conversation. 1y
Kimberlone @MadDashReading I agree it is a fabulous book for discussing the complicated story of who Chris was, along with the conflicting viewpoints in the story telling. 1y
TheNeverendingTBR Yes!!! 💙 1y
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perfectsinner
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Starting book 80

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MariettaSG
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Truth! This sentiment profoundly affects me and through it I can appreciate McCandless‘ deep frustration with society and wealth. Although I still find him to be spoilt and inflexible, I understand why such insincerity and superficiality drove him into the wild.

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MariettaSG
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Reading this for work, will have to go over it with a fine tooth comb.

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MynameisSnow
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Man, so much to say. To thine own self be true right? He was honorable in his ideals, but cocky and Ill-prepared which amounted to disrespect of the land he held so high.
Alaska turned out to be his demise by means of poisoned seeds, ultimately leading to his starvation (awful). I, like the author find comfort to imagine him in a euphoric state during his last days.
We all choose our paths. He died doing what he loved. To thine own self be true.

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MynameisSnow
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Finally reading this one. Been on my TBR for years. Love real stories of people going into the unknown. It‘s no secret that in this particular adventure...the unknown was this dude‘s demise. Alaskan wilderness can be brutal apparently.

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Bookzombie
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McCandless‘ story is fascinating and tragic but also frustrating. I think if he had just prepared a little more that he could have had his experience and survived. Krakauer does an excellent job of drawing the reader into McCandless‘ journey. This was good, but Into Thin Air was better.

@TheAromaofBooks This was my #Bookspin for July. I read it in July, but never posted it. #betterlatethanneverreview

Bookzombie @TheAromaofBooks Also, could you add me back into your tag list for #Bookspin for October? 🙂 2y
peaknit I enjoyed this book and have the movie...but have yet to watch it. 😊 2y
TheAromaofBooks Great review!! I'll check you off for July and add you to the tag list!! I already posted the reminder for October's #BookSpin so feel free to post a list!! 2y
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Bookzombie @peaknit I haven‘t watched the movie yet either. I heard it was good though. 2y
Bookzombie @TheAromaofBooks Thank you! I should have indicated I‘m going to try for it all this month so #BookBingo too. 🙂 2y
TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Glad to have you along!! 2y
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Kimberlone
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The bus is now on its way to its final location. I think this is ultimately a good thing. While, sure, some people will still be motivated to trek out to the spot where McCandless died, the biggest draw was definitely the iconic bus itself. If moving it to the museum results in less Darwin Award-worthy deaths, then I‘m all for it. Would also be cool to see next time I make it up to Fairbanks.

Article link below for anyone interested 👇🏼

SamAnne Oh wow! Zaz in an old acquaintance! Glad she is still reporting in AK. 2y
TheNeverendingTBR 💚💚 2y
Kimberlone @SamAnne wow, it‘s a small world! 2y
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TheNeverendingTBR
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#3Books that made me want to travel! ?

1.) On the Road - "Our battered suitcases were piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to go. But no matter, the road is life"

2.) Into the Wild - "The core of mans' spirit comes from new experiences."

3.) The Dark Tower - Well, I'm a Tower junkie! ?‍♂️

@OriginalCyn620 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ?

shaz1 I want to reas the dark tower series 2y
OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚👍🏻 2y
jb72 Loved The Gunslinger. I‘m on book four. 2y
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TheNeverendingTBR @jb72 Don't read The Wind Through the Keyhole next (read that last) go straight onto Wolves of Calla; best advice I can give you! 2y
jb72 @TheNeverendingTBR That was my plan. Thanks! 2y
TheNeverendingTBR @shaz1 you definitely need to get on it, it's incredible! ✅ 2y
shaz1 Well they on thee list got a few others first that i want to read 2y
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TheNeverendingTBR
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#tarottakeover today is The Hermit, this card is all about change, introspection and soul-searching.

The book I associate with this card is Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer, so much love for this book and movie; it's so quotable. 🧡

@Meaw_catlady @ErinSueMreads

ErinSueMreads Oh man this book is totally perfect. There are so many parts that fit exactly. Have you read any bill bryson? 2y
LitStephanie I did not read the book because the movie was so hard to watch. It really poignantly highlights how helpless loved ones are as they watch people succumb to mental illness that is serious enough to impact their decision making in dangerous ways but mild enough that the person, and many around them, just think they have harmless eccentricities. So sad. ☹️ 2y
TheNeverendingTBR @ErinSueMreads Never even heard of him but I'll be reading this, thanks for the recommendation; the books he writes sound interesting to me. 🙋‍♂️ 2y
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TheNeverendingTBR @LitStephanie I completely understand Chris and his need for something more from life than the usual things that we're conditioned to through society i.e the working week, money and higher education etc. There's nothing wrong with wanting more from life than this. I think he was just a non-conformist and introverted individual seeking more from life and he just wasn't prepared and knowledgeable about survival for his journey of self-discovery. 2y
LitStephanie @TheNeverendingTBR you have read the book so probably have a more thorough understanding than I do. 2y
Suet624 I agree completely with your assessment of Chris. 2y
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Bookwormjillk
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Yesterday‘s audio walk included a trip to the mail box to mail some #LitsyLove

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💕💕💕 2y
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Love the hipster lion sticker! ❤️🤣😂 2y
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Alora
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Wow! What an incredible read. So inspiring and right up my alley.
I found it haunting at times! I can relate to Chris in many ways.
What a perfect book to read on my camping trip!

I watched the movie as well and loved it!
It follows the book very well and I love how they include the letters he wrote and his sisters narrative.

I cant wait to read the book from his sister as well as Into Thin Air!

#BookReview #ReadingOutdoors #Camping

Prairiegirl_reading I saw the movie years ago and it made me BAWL!!! 😭😭😭 the book has been sitting on my shelves for ages. 2y
Alora @Prairiegirl_reading I watched it with my bf and absolutely bawled my eyes out too lol. He probably thought I was a wreck lmao. First movie I watched with him that I bawled like that LOL. I also watched it after working 3, 12 hour days lmfao. I was exhausted. The book is amazingggggg and the movie followed it so well. Highly recommend the book, then watch the movie! 2y
BookDragonNotWorm I loved Into Thin Air but didn't like the book by his sister as much as Into The Wild. It delves into the family dynamic when they were growing up, which I thought I would love, but the feel of the book was very different. 2y
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Coleen
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I‘d had this unread on my bookshelf for a while, and when removal of “the bus” hit the news recently, it prompted me to move it to the top of my reading queue.
It‘s a sad and tragic story certainly, but it didn‘t grip me quite like Kraukauer‘s Into Thin Air did. I thought there was a lot of unnecessary filler in this book. Still, though, worth the read. I‘m off to watch the movie now.

TheBookHippie His sisters book really good 2y
TheBookHippie Watch the movie! 2y
Megabooks Agreed 2y
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js0315
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Decided to revisit this since the Magic Bus was recently moved.

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Coleen
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Seen on this evening‘s #audiowalk
#littlefreelibrary

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Jaimelire
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I enjoyed this book, although the end felt a bit repetitive. I found myself wishing that he had taken more precautions...living in a northern country, you have to have a very healthy respect for Mother Nature, even in spring & summer months.
Oatmeal, cashew chocolate chip cookies straight out of the oven. Time for a snack and a new book!

DebbieGrillo I need this recipe! @debbieboycegrillo@gmail.com 2y
Jaimelire @DebbieGrillo 😂. I will send it to you tomorrow. It‘s really amazing! 2y
MsMelissa Those cookies look delicious 😋 2y
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DebbieGrillo @Jaimelire Thank you! 2y
Jaimelire @DebbieGrillo you‘re welcome 2y
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Alora
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A camping trip calls for a new book! 🥰😍🔥
Very excited to start this one on my trip!
Never watched the movie or read the book so it should be good!
Perfect book to read while camping and in the outdoors!

Leaving for Ottawa and camping in Northern Ontario in 3 days for two weeks!! 🌲🔥✨🙌🏼

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DaveGreen7777 Happy camping! 😀 🏕 2y
Texreader Great book! Enjoy camping! 2y
Jaimelire I am just finishing this one. Interesting. Enjoy! 2y
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