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NPT Reviews of Books and other Material

A collection of book reviews to help you pick the perfect read for your national park escape

Becoming Odyssa, Epic Adventures on the Appalachian Trail

From Maine to Georgia, the Appalachian National Scenic Trail rambles for 2,175 miles, a journey alluring to some for its back-to-nature demands on those who set out to hike end-to-end. But this simple footpath opens windows into yourself, and others, as Jennifer Pharr Davis found out during a solo thru-hike.
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Ranger Confidential, Living, Working, and Dying In the National Parks

Television shows love to portray park rangers as fit and polite, beaming dazzling smiles, displaying knowledge that knows no bounds, nerves of steel, and with dashing personalities. And then there are the realities, as Andrea Lankford describes in her latest book, Ranger Confidential: Living, Working, and Dying in the National Parks.
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National Parks Traveler's Essential Park Guide

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