Dead Men Hike No Trails

Dead Men Hike No Trails Following a friend s suicide in I faced my own suicidal depression and a choice Dwell in grief or run gonzo crazy and free in the opposite direction blazing bright and deep in the jungles of Am

  • Title: Dead Men Hike No Trails
  • Author: Rick McKinney
  • ISBN: 9781591138709
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • Following a friend s suicide in 2003, I faced my own suicidal depression and a choice Dwell in grief or run gonzo crazy and free in the opposite direction, blazing bright and deep in the jungles of America, hiking and writing until my feet and fingers bled with a pure, honest, screeching love for life Lending levity to tragedy, author Rick McKinney loads readers into h Following a friend s suicide in 2003, I faced my own suicidal depression and a choice Dwell in grief or run gonzo crazy and free in the opposite direction, blazing bright and deep in the jungles of America, hiking and writing until my feet and fingers bled with a pure, honest, screeching love for life Lending levity to tragedy, author Rick McKinney loads readers into his backpack for a 2000 mile Appalachian Trail odyssey, dealing a passionate, endorphin fueled gonzo blow to suicidal thinking Dead Men is a deeply empathic, unorthodox prescription for a nation depressed It delivers an endorphin charged blow to a Prozac dependent world.

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    1. This is a story of one man s step by step battle with depression and anxiety, waged upon the epic journey of an A.T thru hike The 2,200 mile trek demands respect As an AT nobo alum 09 , I enjoyed his recaps of places, people and events Overwhelmingly, though, this manuscript is a rambling, unedited or self edited soapbox for an oft hypocritical chauvinist Rick McKinney a.k.a Peregrine, Jester, and the self given Lord Duke trail names are supposed to be given, not chosen , writes incessantly abou [...]


    2. This seemed kind of a shallow slightly boring book to me The author never seemed to really get to know the other hikers, and I m still not sure what trail name he ever decided to go by It was about his depression, and I was looking for something different, I guess And it s kind of pervy when the 37 year old writer keeps making references to young women who aren t of age , or who are just barely in their twenties.



    3. Honestly, not my cup of tea I did not want to read a book about a depressed guyobably because I just need to look at myself for that I want a hiking book, not a psych book.


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