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I thru hiked many years ago and I really enjoyed the return trip this book took me on Very Funny and Accurate to life on trail Characters had real depth and am curious what becomes of them So many have tried to capture the Appalachian Trail in words and, through dialogue and snapshots, Stolz does so with great style Lots of obscure literary references too for all the fellow english majors out there Highly recommend
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