One more book review from Spencer R. before I try to get my head back in the game. Because it has been posted previously on his blog, I’m just going to post a teaser here and give you the link to his posts. (Google assumes identical content on two websites indicates plagiarism, and both sites are less likely to get a good rank in a Goggle search.) Enjoy Spencer’s review and be sure to leave a comment for him here or on his site.
On October 15, 1973 [Peter Jenkins] and his dog set out, destined for Louisiana. It took them over a year and a half to travel the whole way on foot. Along the way, Peter realized that not all towns in America where just like Greenwich. Peter met a mountain man who still lived in a log cabin on the top of a Virginia mountain. He nearly died of influenza on the Appalachian Trail, was nicknamed Albino by a loving black family, worked in a North Carolina sawmill, as well as many more adventures.
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4 Replies to “Guest Book Review: A Walk Across America”
Great review Spencer. Would like to read this book since I like hiking and always dreamed of hiking the Appalachian Trail.
Thanks so much for posting my review, Leah. Thanks for the nice comments as well.
Just so you know, your picture is of Gulliver’s Travels not A Walk Across America. 🙂
Oops. That’s what I get for cramming trying to get everything done before I left on my missions trip. Thanks for pointing it out.