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At Forest's Edge

Tales of Hunting, Friendship, and The Future

Essays Concerning the State of Hunting, and Its Future.
The book follows a similar pattern as “The Ghosts of Autumn.”  It is about 55,000 words, 25-30 chapters, and includes a selection of photography.  In addition to essay style hunting tales, there is also a brief conversation with the author's hunting partners, from Millennials to Baby Boomers, getting their take on the current state and future of the hunting sports.  Their quotes will be incorporated into a larger essay on the future of hunting, near the end of the book.

More books from this author: Joel Spring