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- Print Length: 305 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07V6PVT6L
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 10 customer ratings
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A surprising discovery! An intriguing read which keeps any fan of travel and adventure hooked to the last page. Anyone looking to escape the mould of modern day society should start with this book!
A blow by blow account of experiences most will never live through. Matt demonstrates that you can be in the moment and learn the lessons provided by life when you’re prepared to step outside your comfort zone. I actively sought out time to read this book, wanting to know what was about to happen, and with who, in the next chapter. Now, I’m off to book a flight to Canada!
Excellent read that's difficult to put down.
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Very few people would have the guts to take the journey that the author takes. It has been said before, but it is worth saying again... it is much better and safer for people to live this trip vicariously through the reading of this book. Not many people on this side of sanity would ever think of camping in a tent in Denali without any supplies or bear spray so getting to read someone doing it is enlightening.
I found the book an enjoyable read and one that I would recommend to people who enjoy adventure. About as well-done version of a life tale as I have ever read.
My issues with this book went from the subtle to starker. First, for someone to say they are hitchhiking across Canada but starting in Sudbury instead of Newfoundland is, at least, disingenuous. Geographically speaking, that is hitching halfway across Canada. My bigger issue is Heidi. Who exactly was Heidi to the author? Friend? Lover? What happened to Heidi? I half expected to see an author bio after that stated that he and Heidi were married with a couple of kids. I was left in the end wondering what the heck happened to Heidi?
My Rating: 4.5 stars
Can't wait for the next story CP. Love you mate
If the story was professionally edited, I would’ve given it a five star rating. It was entertaining, though-provoking, and even had a bit of suspense. Other than it needing a good solid editor for flow, grammar, some missing elements, and specifically punctuation, it was quite enjoyable.
I’m not a fan of memoirs, usually—even famous people’s—however, this hitchhiking excursion of Matt’s was definitely a worthwhile read.