Call of the American Wild by Guy Grieve
A Tenderfoot's Escape to Alaska

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A man, an axe, and a dog named Fuzzy . . . let the adventure beginTrapped in a job he hated and up to his neck in debt, Guy Grieve’s life was going nowhere. But with a stroke of luck, his dream of escaping it all to live in remote Alaska suddenly came true. Miles from the nearest human being and armed with only the most basic equipment, Guy built a log cabin from scratch and began carving a life for himself through fishing, hunting, and diligently avoiding bears. Packed with adventure, humor, and insight, this is the gripping story of an ordinary man learning the ways of the wild. 25 color photographs 25 color photographs

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Guy Grieve was born in 1973 in South Africa. Half Italian and half Scottish, his childhood was spread across three continents. In between writing, he also earns his living as a dive-fisherman for King Scallops, working from an open boat all year round in the remote North Atlantic. His island home is located in the Inner Hebrides off the coast of North-West Scotland, where he lives with his wife and two young sons.
Published August 24, 2006 by Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. 400 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Education & Reference, Travel, Literature & Fiction, Sports & Outdoors. Fiction

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Grieve's Jack London-esque narrative is engaging, but it is undercut by what comes across as the author's irritatingly impotent feelings of guilt for seeking self-actualization away from his family.

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