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REVISED AND RE EDITEDJoin Kyle and his little dog Katana in this generously illustrated book thanfull color pictures as they take you along for every step of their , mile adventure hiking the entire Appalachian Trail Confront the terrain, severe weather, injury, dangerous wildlife and questionable characters as you grow and learn just as Kyle did from start to finish on this epic adventure Make some friends for life, learn the finer points of long distance hiking, and realize that what you take within your backpack is not nearly as important as what you bring within yourself This exciting and often times humorous narrative does than simply tell the story of Kyle and Katana s adventures out on the trail It urges the reader to examine their own life, fears, strengths, weaknesses and dreams, then learn to overcome or realize them This book tells a story as much as it teaches, inspires and motivates you to get out there and see what the world has to offer You will learn what it takes mentally and physically to accomplish an undertaking such as hiking thousands of miles through mountainous wilderness and countless obstacles that are all determined to make you quit As Kyle did, you might even learn some things about yourself Like Lost on the Appalachian Trail on Facebook for pictures and updates on future hikes I loved this book, and it was just what I needed at this time in my life Well written, entertaining and thought provoking, it isthan just a book about hiking the Appalachian Trail, it is about the journey of one man s soul and what is important in life Great read. I am a sucker for Appalachian Trail stories and have read at least ten in recent years, enjoying them immensely and hiking the trail vicariously through the authors stories Lost on the Appalachian Trail, by contrast, was literally painful to readand I read every single word of it Major complaints include, but are not limited to Horribly written The paragraphing and sentence structure are not worthy of a 10 year old s best efforts The descriptions are overly flowery and employ repe I am a sucker for Appalachian Trail stories and have read at least ten in recent years, enjoying them immensely and hiking the trail vicariously through the authors stories Lost on the Appalachian Trail, by contrast, was literally painful to readand I read every single word of it Major complaints include, but are not limited to Horribly written The paragraphing and sentence structure are not worthy of a 10 year old s best efforts The descriptions are overly flowery and employ repetitive vocabulary example landforms, such as beautiful ponds, almost always reside in their location The content is redundant I can t begin to count the number of times a climb kicked the author s butt , or something similar It appears that this book wasn t proofread by anyone, certainly not a copy editor.Juvenile I was treated to a boatload of sophomoric philosophizing that often went on for pages and pages and pages and pages.Egocentric The author s writing is very self focused, even self centered.Irresponsible The author sets a bad example for those of us who respect that the rules of the trail are in place to protect and preserve it for future hikers He doesn t adhere to the basic LNT rules, setting up camp in pristine and fragile environments He expresses scorn and even hostility to those who enforce even the most basic rules and goes out of his way to outwit them When I give a book a single star, I always make sure to read it in its entirety With Lost on the AT, this was a long and painful journey Sleepless Nights This book deservesthan 5 stars Unbelievable This guy needs to write for a living I ve read very few books where there are no boring sections, but this book is one of them I downloaded a sample, never intending to pay 7.99 for the book, but was hooked and had to read the rest I ended up spending several nights staying up to read it It is by far the best outdoor adventure book I have ever read and definitely one of the top most enjoyable books ever. Loved, loved this book I felt like I was on the hike with him.