Shopping for Porcupine kindle ã eBook A Life in Arctic Alaska Free ↠ Seth Kantner

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Shopping for Porcupine kindle ã eBook A Life in Arctic Alaska Free ↠ Seth Kantner È His story begins with the arrival of his father Howard Kantner to the remote Arctic of the 1950s and ends with him as a grown man settled in the same landscape Through a series of moving essays and vivApidly disappearing Shopping for Porcupine provides a compelling intimate view of America’s last frontier the same place that captivated so many readers of Ordinary Wolves The photography was impressive than the stories

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His story begins with the arrival of his father Howard Kantner to the remote Arctic of the 1950s and ends with him as a grown man settled in the same landscape Through a serie Can't believe I haven't reviewed this book yet It is one of my all time favorite favorite books and easily one of the best memoirs I've read Shopping for Porcupine has been on my shelf since it was released It is one of those books that I pick up periodically and flip through read a chapter here and there just because it's so darn fascinating Kantner the author brings you smack into the center of his arctic world and before you know it you feel like you've lived there all along Wonderful reflection on a changing landscape and on a life filled with colorful friends and experiences few of us will ever share

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Shopping for Porcupine A Life in Arctic AlaskaS of moving essays and vivid photographs ranging in subject from family histories to hunting stories celebrations of people and places to a lament over a majestic wilderness r I read the first two chapters then a chapter towards the end While I often like accounts of Rural Alaska and the homesteading life I could not get into this bookThere was just something about the author's tone that annoyed me A seeming disdain for city folk and the larger society outside the Bush As though there was something wrong with people whole wanted a life different than that of the one lived by the author's familyThe book sections I read were free of typos and richly illustrated with photos of scenery and people There is a helpful Inupiat glossary in the front of the bookAlthough this book wasn't for me it might be for you if you are intrigued by a deep Bush experience and can set aside the author's apparent judgmentalism Or decide Mr Kantner isn't as judgmental as I make him out to be