The way his experiences were described. Felt like I was there. And, he's a San Diegan. Like I am.
Great story teller. Like it was his own experience.
Loved the book. I'll listen to it again.
Wish it was twice as long.
Yes. I have listened 3 times. I worked for Union Pacific in Green River Wyoming. I used to see & sometimes talk to guys jumping the trains. Always wondered what it was like. They all looked like they had a hard life. But, somehow they seemed content to wander. Sometimes I also wanted to wander. The book gives a glimpse into that way of life.
Kept my interest.
The first 3 hours were about the author growing up in England. I thought the book was about Mayan ruins. Not about a stuffy childhood.
3 listening hours were wasted on his childhood. It was boring.
Neither liked or disliked.
I thougt it was supposed to be about life traveling in wagon trains on the Oregon trail. There was very little about wagon trains. The book is mostly about mountain men traveling with the indians. And ALOT about killing buffalo. It was like the Buffalo holocaust. Every 5 minutes they were killing everything in sight.
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