Only one emotion could sustain him through such a bleak, treacherous, never-ending twist of mountains against the fearful loom of oncoming winter. Only one feeling could overcome countless days without food, dwindling supplies, wild animals, bleeding ankles, and persistent hallucinations. Soggy moss, icy water, human bones, and the dramatic vision of a ship that may or may not be real...were all only temporary obstacles to the grand motivation within, the indestructible love of life. This is a classic tale of adventure by one of America's most treasured authors.
The way Reg Green reads this is very decisive. He cuts hard into the words and leaves no room for doubt that this is a hard as nails loner in a hard as nails situation. Life on the edge. It was money well spent, a fab thing to spend an hour [ish] listening to. Full marks. Personally, in the writing, I would have come into land a little less steeply towards the end but maybe I missed the point of that. Check voice by sample before you buy, but that apart, go for it.