It's a fascinating story that requires experiencing oneself as a voyeur. In the middle I was frustrated with how this true mystery about a man who lived alone in the woods, surviving in large part by theft and by emotional avoidance, was developed in the book. In the end, I recognize I needed that frustration.
Read it if you are drawn to physical survival and wonder about aloneness and compromise. Skip it if you want an adventure.
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