A Hunters Heart
Just finished A Hunters Heart by David Petersen yesterday and while reading one of the final essays I came across something that reminded me of why I read at all. The first chapter of the essay “Another Country” by John Haines is worth the price of the whole book. There are other essays that are extraordinary, but this one stopped me cold and transported me to the middle of the woods. Gene Hill was the first author I came across that was able to put into words things I couldn’t articulate, there have been others as well. This piece does the same, absolutely first rate.
Re: A Hunters Heart
Have to agree, great reading! Peterson has some other really good books, But "A Hunters Heart" is an awsome compilation.