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5.0 out of 5 starsbut these tales delighted me. I've found myself interested in such things ...
Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2017
Tim Hewitt offers a delightful short read of a handful of myths related to the Appalachian Trail. I voraciously read anything I can get my hands on about the AT, and hiking in general, but these tales delighted me. I've found myself interested in such things as ghost stories from along the trail, but the Native American element lends a bit of authenticity. Having researched for a short fictional work in my youth, I studied the Miami legends and myths from around Indiana, and these stories fall in line with the type of cultural knowledge that was passed on around tribal campfires for hundreds of years.