I don’t think you’ll be disappointed if you take time to read this book.

When Paul Stuzman’s wife died of cancer, he made a decision to hike the Appalachian Trail.
Sounds simple. But in reality, Stutzman found that the trip was not only more difficult than he anticipated, he found himself changed from the experience. In his book, Hiking Through, Stutzman mixes memories of his journey with his spiritual discoveries – creating a spiritual memoir that is both unique and interesting. I really like spiritual memoirs. I like how “normal” people find spiritual insight in their everyday lives. I thought this was an authentic journey of self discovery. I really enjoyed reading it. In fact, Stuzman’s stories really brought the trail alive. I think this is a book that you could give to a guy in your life—but also enjoy it for yourself. On the scale of one to five, it’s definitely a solid three and a half, maybe even a four. It may not be a “traditional” trail journal, but it truly is authentic and honest. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed if you take time to read this book.

 

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