Where's the Next Shelter?

  • by Gary Sizer
  • Narrated by Gary Sizer
  • 11 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Where's the Next Shelter? is the true story of three travelers on the Appalachian Trail, a 2,000-mile hike that stretches from Georgia to Maine, told from the perspective of Gary Sizer, a seasoned backpacker and former marine who quickly finds himself humbled by the endeavor. He teams up with Megan, a sassy college grad whose indomitable spirit eclipses her lack of experience; and Lemmy, a cartoonist from overseas whose off-kilter commentary on the wonders and frustrations of the trail keeps everyone laughing.
Sprawling through the woods and towns of the Appalachian Mountains, the trail carries the trio through real and fanciful ups and downs ranging from hilarious to perilous. Much more than an orderly account of mountaintops and meals, this book is an adventure about friends figuring things out as they go. It's about screwups and solutions, awe and inspiration.
If you long for the horizon or to sleep under the stars, then come along for the hike of a lifetime. All you have to do is take the first step.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Excellent book!

First let me say this book should be rated R for all the heavy language not suitable for kids. That being said this is an epic tell of grants portion! AWOL was my first Appalachian Trail book to read. This was an awesome story as well. Anyone looking for more info on the AT will get a lot from this book. Great job :)
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- Jeremy

So good, I know I never want to hike the AT

What made the experience of listening to Where's the Next Shelter? the most enjoyable?

This book is author narrated. It starts a little uneven, I attributed it to his excitement for his book and subject. But he quickly evened out, and I think being author narrated contributed to an enjoyable experience.

What did you like best about this story?

I loved this book. I've read a couple other Appalachian Trail books, and have enjoyed them all. But I liked his take on everything on his trip, describing pretty much every step, the relationships formed along the trail, even if only 5 minutes long, and felt more detailed than some others. He made me care about not only him, but others he spent time with. I did, literally, laugh and cry throughout.

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- Dusty

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-16-2016
  • Publisher: Gary Sizer