|# of Units:||9 CDs|
|Length:||10 hours, 30 minutes|
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I anxiously awaited this one, but while there was a good story here somewhere, the adventure never really developed. It was a lot about the conflicting personalities of the people involved..........which is ok to some extent but the whole book was built on this.
This book was a must read for kayak lovers. I am not a huge kayaker and sometimes had a hard time picturing some of the scenes, which I'm sure to a serious kayaker were incredibly impressive. I did enjoy the adventure of the story and would recommend it overall.
Peter Heller is an award-winning adventure writer and long-time contributor to NPR. He is a contributing editor at "Outside" magazine and "National Geographic Adventure" and the author of "Hell or High Water: Surviving Tibet's Tsangpo River". He lives in Denver, Colorado. He can be reached at www.peterheller.net.