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Monarch of Deadman Bay: The Life and Death of a Kodiak Bear #2020

Monarch of Deadman Bay The Life and Death of a Kodiak Bear None

  • Title: Monarch of Deadman Bay: The Life and Death of a Kodiak Bear
  • Author: Roger A. Caras
  • ISBN: 9780140045758
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • Monarch of Deadman Bay: The Life and Death of a Kodiak Bear By Roger A. Caras, None

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    1 thought on “Monarch of Deadman Bay: The Life and Death of a Kodiak Bear

    1. I started reading this book because it was on the shelves of a wonderful Arts and Crafts house my family rented together in Bozeman, Montana in the summer of 2004 Admittedly it was a thinner choice 185 pages , and time was limited since we were renting AND it was about nature and an animal which appeals But I did NOT finish the entire book during our week s time and was enjoying it so much that I ended up calling the owner of the house and asking to take it with me So this means that I really li [...]

    2. This really is a five star novel Written in a close third, brief moments of stream of consciousness, and intense zooming in and out between natural scenes as tiny as a single cell or massive like the sea Really beautiful prose Sympathetic but never sentimental And don t pass up on the preface This guy had a pretty interesting carer leading up to this book The only part of it I didn t like was the man as ecological party pooper cliche that the first half dozen chapters finish with But Caras even [...]

    3. I found this book fascinating It covers the life of a Kodiak bear living on Kodiak island in Alaska The bears there are massive 2000 lbs and this one is one of the biggest An incredible tail, makes you wonder how they knew all of the things about the bear that they knew.Well worth reading if you like stories about bears who kill things.

    4. One of the best little books I have ever read The Kodiak bear mesmerizes you and one can almost feel the emotions the bear is having My words cannot do it justice.

    5. I know parts of it were a little slow for me, but I love reading the stories of impressive wild animals like this.

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