Into The Wild
  • Into The Wild
  • Into The Wild
  • Into The Wild
  • Into The Wild
  • Into The Wild
ISBN: 0062366963
EAN13: 9780062366962
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 17, 2015
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 1" H x 7.6" L x 5.1" W
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Join the legion of fans who have made Erin Hunter's Warriors series a #1 national bestseller--with new editions featuring a striking new look Epic adventures. Fierce warrior cats. A thrilling fantasy world. It all begins here with Warriors #1: Into the Wild.

For generations, four Clans of wild cats have shared the forest according to the laws laid down by their ancestors. But the warrior code is threatened, and the ThunderClan cats are in grave danger. The sinister ShadowClan grows stronger every day. Noble warriors are dying--and some deaths are more mysterious than others.

In the midst of this turmoil appears an ordinary housecat named Rusty.who may turn out to be the bravest warrior of them all.

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   Great Biography
Chris McCandless's troubled life was given a great insight in this book. I watched Into The Wild a few years ago and have always been curious and sad to think about Chris's journey. The book clears the story a bit. Sometimes I had a lump in my throat thinking that this is not a character in a made up story but a real life that seemed to yearn for peace in his heart. Jon Krakauer gave us a key hole view of Alex's life. The good times when he had nothing. Chris was a troubled individual and after reading this book I feel sad for his torment. The movie made me dislike his parents, but the book turned that around. I loved the Epilogue. Thank you Jon Krakauer. If the movie caught your attention, you should read the book.
   Makes you want to do something crazy.
It was more of a study on a type of human personality than it was about a story. It was a rich, rewarding read. The chapter in Into The Wild where Krakauer climbs in Alaska may have been my favorite part of the book. I'm not a mountain climber, it's just how he writes. I think he was built to write about mountains. It's a good mystery tale with the whole story not coming to light until the end. Many interesting people met along the way. It makes you want to get out from behind the book. Highly liked reading. It's recommended. I tell the story to many people and they find it interesting. It makes for great conversations.
   Hard to forget.
I watched this movie with my younger brother a few years ago, and never got Chris McCandless out of my head. I know I should read the book, but just recently got around to it. The book is short and grabs your attention quickly. The author was able to tell a story without a lot of judgement, and he included different explorers and their stories throughout the book. The kid was ill prepared and probably a bad person. I understood his need for freedom and exploration, even though I haven't lived a similar life before. This book was recommended to my sister. My brother received this third copy as a gift. This story was very close to all of us. I think it's a good idea.
   Great Book
It was picked up by me for my trip to Alaska. It's an amazing story of a young person. We were surprised to find a replica of the Magic Bus at 49th State Brewing, after we finished our trip in Healy. Highly recommended.
   Never hated a book more.
One of the worst books I have ever read is this one. A spoiled white kid abandons everything in an attempt to get back at his parents for their mistakes. I hated it from the beginning and the authors bias towards this nonsense made me dislike it even more. There are many other stories of people that never get told, but this spoiled white boy gets a book. It was disgusting.
   Two sides to the story
The author did a great job researching the true story and writing it down. There are two sides to his story and I take the other side. The story's subject, Christopher McCandless, was portrayed as a hero type, which resulted in my rating being low. You want to see Christopher succeed. Christopher does something foolish to prevent his success. This is not what you would expect from a smart person. Many people will enjoy Into the Wild. I enjoyed parts of the story, but it wasn't a good read.
   A must read!
I think I read this book in the 90's. I knew Chris would be in my life from the first time I read it. I have read it many times. Being outdoors and raising two sons really hit my soul. His bravery, tenacity, willpower and sometimes blind abandon inspired me but also was a cautionary tale. Common sense has always been taught to our sons by us. It's the small things that lead to failure and death. There are many times of happiness as well as a sad tale.
   Wasted time.
This book is a waste of time and effort. The only thing gained from reading it is to see the foolishness of eccentric brilliant individuals. Five minutes in the Bible is a long time in this book.
   Better than the film
The film of the same title is much worse. The book is gripping and fascinating, whether you think the subject died due to his own stupidity or of a simple mistake while he was on a pilgrimage.