Episode 32: Discussing The River by Peter Heller, book recommendations, and honeymooning with a moose
In this episode, we’re discussing this summer’s wilderness mystery hit, The River by Peter Heller. In addition to sharing our thoughts on Jack and Wynn’s survival story, we revisit a memory from our honeymoon in Wyoming and offer book recommendations based on Heller’s prose. We’d love to hear what you think of The River or what you’re reading this summer. Connect with us at any of the links below:
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Sea Stories by William H. McRaven
The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien
In the Lake of the Woods by Tim O’Brien
Castle of Water by Dane Huckelbridge
American Cipher by Matt Farwell and Michael Ames
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Catching up on some of your older podcasts and wanted to say that I agree with your thoughts about this book, but please don’t wait too long to read The Dog Stars. It an outstanding post-apocalyptic novel, which given our current situation with the COVID pandemic, is quite timely.
Love your podcast and am so happy I have over two dozen more to listen to!