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Posted May 15, 2005
Read 'Among Grizzlys' first, to make sense of it all.
Timothy Treadwell had an incredible rapore with the bears he encountered in Alaska. For 13 summers he lived among them, and documented his experiences. It is clear in his own book that Timothy Treadwell is not one of us, not quite balanced with the rest of society. For whatever reasons, the bears chose to accept him for quite a long time, even bedding down next to him at night. He knew the bears may eventually kill him, but his experiences were worth it to him, much like a racecar driver knows the danger in his sport, but just can't help himself from loving the speed. Mr. Lapinski is quite bias against the methods of Timothy Treadwell. He taunts a 'see, I told you' attitude and sights accounts of Treadwell being directly responsible for other people being mauled to death by bears. If you can't read both books, don't bother with this one. It's a book only a mother could love.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.