Into the Carpathians: A Journey Through the Heart and History of Central and Eastern Europe (Part 1: The Eastern Mountains) [Deluxe Color Ed

Alan E. Sparks (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$27.95
Publisher
Rainy Day Publishing Inc
Publish Date
December 10, 2015
Pages
342
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.93 inches | 1.36 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781633931534

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About the Author

Alan E. Sparks is the award-winning author of Dreaming of Wolves, and has written articles about wolves for International Wolf Magazine and other publications. He has bachelor and master s degrees in physics and engineering from the University of Maine and Stanford University, and has completed post-secondary courses in writing, philosophy, sociology, psychology, painting, acting, exercise physiology, and film making. He worked for over twenty years developing advanced technologies for one of the leading research and development organizations in the world (Bell Telephone Laboratories), and has recently worked overseas as an English teacher and commercial actor. An avid walker, hiker, backcountry skier, and animal tracker, Alan has lived, worked, and trekked extensively in the wilds of Central and Eastern Europe. He is a voracious reader and enjoys studying the natural and cultural histories of the places he visits. To supplement his indoor studies, he has completed courses in mountaineering with the Colorado Mountain Club, mountain ski touring/expedition leadership with the National Outdoor Leadership School, and winter ecology/animal tracking with renowned animal tracker Dr. James Halfpenny of A Naturalist s World. He currently resides alternately in Boulder, Colorado; Portland, Maine; and Krakow, Poland."

Reviews

"...an engaging, evocative work..." - Kirkus Reviews

Bronze Medal, 2016 Independent Publisher (IPPY) Book Awards: Europe - Best Regional Non-Fiction.

Finalist, 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards: Travel.