Jon Krakauer quits the unnatural life in his everlasting classic, “Into The Wild”

Nature Tutor Jon Krakauer
Some nomadic souls find it hard to live the mechanical life of the present times. They want to escape from it and wander off into the thick of forests. Quitting the comfortable life for a wild one takes courage and only the spirited are able to walk into the wild and live a pure life. They are the ones who witness the sights unseen. Nature can be cruel at the same time as it generous and that is for the brave to find out.

Title: Into The Wild
Year of Book: 1996
Writer: Jon Krakauer
Birthplace of Writer: USA
Genre: Biography (non-fiction)