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NRB
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Bio/Autobiographical Publications

Post by NRB » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:19 am

Hi folks

Looking for a new read - I find it hard to keep engaged from start to finish usually. However, really enjoyed 'Tall Story's' and 'Living the Best Day Ever' so I'm after any recommendations for a new read of a similar nature.
Anything gripped anyone recently (or not so recently) that I can have a go at?

Thanks in advance

Nath

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Re: Bio/Autobiographical Publications

Post by Slime » Sun Feb 11, 2018 10:21 am

"Never turn back" is a well written biography of Walt Blackador by Ron Waters.

From a pioneering era of ww kayaking so you may enjoy.

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Re: Bio/Autobiographical Publications

Post by Dave Manby » Sun Feb 11, 2018 11:17 am

https://www.oars.com/blog/9-must-read-river-books/ You've probably read all these but I'd add "An Innocent on the Middle Fork" to this UScentric list.I'm intreagued by the Roosevelt book and have never read Deliverance

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Re: Bio/Autobiographical Publications

Post by purelandexpeditions.com » Sun Feb 11, 2018 1:52 pm

MANY RIVERS TO RUN, If Dave still has copies.

Had mine for years, inspired - still does.
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Re: Bio/Autobiographical Publications

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Re: Bio/Autobiographical Publications

Post by NRB » Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:14 pm

Amazing!!! Knew I'd get a good response from you lot. Going to have to make some purchases, starting with Many Rivers to Run I think!

Cheers people, absolute winners!

Nath

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