The Last Season (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Oct 13, 2009 - Nature - 384 pages
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Destined to become a classic of adventure literature, The Last Season examines the extraordinary life of legendary backcountry ranger Randy Morgenson and his mysterious disappearance in California's unforgiving Sierra Nevada—mountains as perilous as they are beautiful.

Eric Blehm's masterful work is a gripping detective story interwoven with the riveting biography of a complicated, original, and wholly fascinating man.

  

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Amazing story and incredibly well-researched. - Goodreads
Recommended if you like nature/adventure writing. - Goodreads
Or maybe it was just well-researched and well-written. - Goodreads
I immediately researched it and found the book. - Goodreads
I won't give away the ending :) - Goodreads
This book is a page turner. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Earl Bayer - Goodreads

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The author was exhaustive in his pursuit of detail. I am glad I read about Randy Morgenson and his passion about nature. John Muir might have had a rival in this rather ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gary Koerner - Goodreads

Yes, it's about a mysterious disappearance of a well respected Yosemite area ranger. However, mostly it's just a story that helps you truly appreciate the back country, and makes you want to spend more time up there. This was a great prelude to the annual PCT hike. Read full review

Contents

prologue 1
missing 5
THREE
FOUR
FIVE
SEVEN
polemonium blues 147
NINE
ELEVEN
TWELVE
THIRTEEN
FOURTEEN
FIFTEEN
epilogue 325
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About the author (2009)

Eric Blehm is the former editor of Transworld SNOWboarding, author of Agents of Change: The Story of DC Shoes and Its Athletes, and coauthor of P3: Pipes, Parks, and Powder. The Last Season was a Book Sense bestseller and a Barnes & Noble Discover selection. He lives in southern California with his wife and son.

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