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Backcast: Fatherhood, Fly-Fishing, and a River Journey through the Heart of Alaska

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  • Posted August 10, 2009

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    I love this book.

    I was drawn to this book because of the flyfishing back drop. Wow, it is so much more. The characters and story line are wonderful as only a true story can be. Gets a little slow in the middle but finishes perfectly.

    I will read this again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2008

    A father/son story - not quite a fishing tale

    I had never heard of this author before, but being that I love fishing, and am just learning the art of fly fishing, this title caught my eye. The book wasn't exactly all about fishing but it did have amazing passages about Alaska and it's animals which I enjoyed. The author leads you on a ride through the Alaskan wilderness with his son, Adam who is still coming to terms over his parents divorce and blames his father for all of it. The author and his son take on this trip alone and are somewhat unprepared for all the adventures that come their way. During the course of this trip, the author's past comes to light regarding his relationships with his mother, father, and stepfather. This book could be given as a gift for a teenager, either boy or girl, who has lived through their parents divorce. They may see this parent differently after reading it.

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