Book Review: Braving It – An Alaskan Adventure

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Where does one begin? The harrowing canoe trip? Bears, wolves, caribou?  A tale yet true of a father and his teenage daughter’s three trips in the Alaskan wilderness is told in Braving It by James Campbell. The title is apt.

Book review of Braving It. The journey of a father and teenage daughter through the wilds of Alaska.

If you have ever dreamed of exploring the Alaskan wilderness, but wondered if you have the stamina, survival skills and sheer guts to take on the journey then this book will answer those questions. Take a ride through the Alaska wild and experience Alaska while learning valuable nuggets of how a father and daughter survived the environment and came out with their relationship intact and strengthened.

Father’s Day Gift – Braving It

If your Dad enjoys reading real life stories of Alaska or outdoor adventures when the outdoors is king then this would be an excellent gift for Father’s Day! Or do you have an outdoor loving Dad whose dream is a parent – child adventure roughing it and surviving on your collective survivalist skills? Then you will both enjoy Braving It as the father daughter duo takes on Alaska and all Alaska has to offer and survive.

Been There Done That ?

I would be the first to say I haven’t been there, haven’t done that and have no inclination to take on this type of adventure; but that does not mean I don’t enjoy reading about it! I thoroughly enjoyed the descriptions of not only the Alaska frontier, but each experience is detailed which draws the reader into the adventure. Challenges abound in these Alaskan stories whether it be the weather, environment, parental relationship, animals or the day to day navigation of surviving Alaska and you are rooting for James Campbell and daughter to make it through!

I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for an unbiased review.

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