An experience of soul-reviving simplicity, forged in a 2,185 mile journey through the last remnants of the eastern forest. Follow the adventures of five accidental companions from north to south, from strangers to brothers, as they battle, survive, and laugh their way up and over the mountains of the Appalachian Trail. Leaving the comforts of the civilized world behind, these unlikely friends rediscover the simple pleasures of life and, through hardship, find the essential joy of fellowship. Reliving the miles and the passing scenery, we learn that all good things are studies in contrast, and that change is an inevitability of going from here to there.
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Pretty boring book. Very monotonous. He woke up, he hiked, he slept. The author really doesnt get much into the personalities of the people he meets on and off the trail except to find something negative to say about them. He really doesnt say much about the trail and what he encounters along the way. I've read a lot of books from hikers that are younger and clearly not as educated in the english language as this author but were so much more entertaining. I finished it only because I paid for it.
In Movement There Is Peace
Very Very Monotone