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Book Review: Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

Summary: A short biography of a young man in his 20s named Chris McCandless, who, soon after graduating from college, decided to pursue a life completely surrounded by and in the wild.

Page Length: 207

Genre: Non-fiction, biography

Published: 1997

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Source: Amazon

Pros:

  • includes a lot of personal notes, and thoughts of Chris which helps show what was really going on in his mind
  • the story itself is so intriguing, even if you’re not into non-fiction
  • Very much in-depth even though it’s only a little over 200 pages

Cons:

  • I do wish it was a bit longer though the author did a fantastic job covering all the bases he could with the information that was available

Recommend? Absolutely.

Final Rating: 4/5

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