Alone, On The Wild Side Of The River

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
This novel chronicles two pivotal weeks in 1974 in the lives of Abbie Joules and three of her friends, who, in pursuit of uncommon adventure, are forced to summon equally uncommon courage to overcome their fears and limitations in order to survive in the wilds of northern Canada. It is set on the South Nahanni River. More

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Words: 145,630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301587094
About Michael Allender

I was born in Dalhart, Texas, received degrees at Texas A&M in Wildlife Science and Psychology, and did post graduate work at Utah State in ethology. I worked as a professional photographer and wildlife artist, and authored "The Guadalupe Mountains Of Texas", published by the University of Texas Press, a coffee table book of a west Texas national park. I then worked for 25 years as a wood craftsman and entrepreneur. I currently live in Redmond, Oregon, and avail myself of every opportunity to paddle the wild rivers of the Pacific Northwest, from California to northern Canada and Alaska.

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Review by: Richard Bohrer on Feb. 06, 2013 :
"Alone" is as good an adventure book based in reality that I have read in a long time. Hard to think of it as fiction. The ending is such a cliff hanger that it begs for a sequel.
If this was a movie it would have some of the best cinematography imaginable. The only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is that the movie isn't made yet.
Kudos Michael.

Rick Bohrer
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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