Now Australia's Biggest Toy Store

We won't be beaten by anyone. Guaranteed

Solitude
By

Rating
Product Details

Trailer

Reviews

"Solitude lacks the bravado one might expect from such a tale, and Kull's honesty allows the writing to flow far beyond the territory navigated by typical egotistical adventurers. 'These have been rough days psychospiritually, ' he writes after one particularly trying set of storms. 'It's painful to feel I'm failing. When I leave here, I shouldn't say much to anyone about this year.' Thankfully, he changed his mind and published his moving story." -- Audubon magazine "There are echoes of Jack London here. Echoes of Thoreau, too....Very few of us will ever travel to the tip of Chile, let alone try to camp out there alone for a year. But what Bob really is writing about is a spiritual challenge as close as our own heartbeats." -- David Crumm, ReadTheSpirit.com "Bob Kull has done something relatively rare in the modern world: He has made a retreat/journey/pilgrimage that suits his own need and desire. He has learned essential lessons, and like a good spiritual adventurer, he is letting us in on the lessons he learned. Although his adventure is fascinating, it is his inner discoveries that appeal to me. It is worth everything for him to say that he is not a hero and his adventure is not heroic. That is just what we desperately need today: nonheroic adventures. This is an amazing story, worth reading and being inspired by. Bob is like a modern shaman, going out and coming back. And readers can take a good portion of Bob's experience into themselves and be changed by it." -- Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul and Dark Nights of the Soul "Solitude: Seeking Wisdom in Extremes opens the door, admitting the reader into the society of one man's soul. A visit is well worth the while." -- American Psychological Association Review of Books "Though grittier and more masculine than Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love, it has something of the same appeal." -- The Vancouver Sun Solitude lacks the bravado one might expect from such a tale, and Kull s honesty allows the writing to flow far beyond the territory navigated by typical egotistical adventurers. These have been rough days psychospiritually, he writes after one particularly trying set of storms. It s painful to feel I m failing. When I leave here, I shouldn t say much to anyone about this year. Thankfully, he changed his mind and published his moving story. Audubon magazine There are echoes of Jack London here. Echoes of Thoreau, too....Very few of us will ever travel to the tip of Chile, let alone try to camp out there alone for a year. But what Bob really is writing about is a spiritual challenge as close as our own heartbeats. David Crumm, ReadTheSpirit.com Bob Kull has done something relatively rare in the modern world: He has made a retreat/journey/pilgrimage that suits his own need and desire. He has learned essential lessons, and like a good spiritual adventurer, he is letting us in on the lessons he learned. Although his adventure is fascinating, it is his inner discoveries that appeal to me. It is worth everything for him to say that he is not a hero and his adventure is not heroic. That is just what we desperately need today: nonheroic adventures. This is an amazing story, worth reading and being inspired by. Bob is like a modern shaman, going out and coming back. And readers can take a good portion of Bob s experience into themselves and be changed by it. Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul and Dark Nights of the Soul Solitude: Seeking Wisdom in Extremes opens the door, admitting the reader into the society of one man s soul. A visit is well worth the while. American Psychological Association Review of Books Though grittier and more masculine than Elizabeth Gilbert s Eat, Pray, Love, it has something of the same appeal. The Vancouver Sun " "Solitude" lacks the bravado one might expect from such a tale, and Kull s honesty allows the writing to flow far beyond the territory navigated by typical egotistical adventurers. These have been rough days psychospiritually, he writes after one particularly trying set of storms. It s painful to feel I m failing. When I leave here, I shouldn t say much to anyone about this year. Thankfully, he changed his mind and published his moving story. "Audubon" magazine There are echoes of Jack London here. Echoes of Thoreau, too....Very few of us will ever travel to the tip of Chile, let alone try to camp out there alone for a year. But what Bob really is writing about is a spiritual challenge as close as our own heartbeats. David Crumm, ReadTheSpirit.com Bob Kull has done something relatively rare in the modern world: He has made a retreat/journey/pilgrimage that suits his own need and desire. He has learned essential lessons, and like a good spiritual adventurer, he is letting us in on the lessons he learned. Although his adventure is fascinating, it is his inner discoveries that appeal to me. It is worth everything for him to say that he is not a hero and his adventure is not heroic. That is just what we desperately need today: nonheroic adventures. This is an amazing story, worth reading and being inspired by. Bob is like a modern shaman, going out and coming back. And readers can take a good portion of Bob s experience into themselves and be changed by it. Thomas Moore, author of "Care of the Soul" and "Dark Nights of the Soul" "Solitude: Seeking Wisdom in Extremes" opens the door, admitting the reader into the society of one man s soul. A visit is well worth the while. "American Psychological Association Review of Books" Though grittier and more masculine than Elizabeth Gilbert s "Eat, Pray, Love," it has something of the same appeal. "The Vancouver Sun" " ""Solitude" lacks the bravado one might expect from such a tale, and Kull's honesty allows the writing to flow far beyond the territory navigated by typical egotistical adventurers. 'These have been rough days psychospiritually, ' he writes after one particularly trying set of storms. 'It's painful to feel I'm failing. When I leave here, I shouldn't say much to anyone about this year.' Thankfully, he changed his mind and published his moving story." -- "Audubon" magazine "There are echoes of Jack London here. Echoes of Thoreau, too....Very few of us will ever travel to the tip of Chile, let alone try to camp out there alone for a year. But what Bob really is writing about is a spiritual challenge as close as our own heartbeats." -- David Crumm, ReadTheSpirit.com "Bob Kull has done something relatively rare in the modern world: He has made a retreat/journey/pilgrimage that suits his own need and desire. He has learned essential lessons, and like a good spiritual adventurer, he is letting us in on the lessons he learned. Although his adventure is fascinating, it is his inner discoveries that appeal to me. It is worth everything for him to say that he is not a hero and his adventure is not heroic. That is just what we desperately need today: nonheroic adventures. This is an amazing story, worth reading and being inspired by. Bob is like a modern shaman, going out and coming back. And readers can take a good portion of Bob's experience into themselves and be changed by it." -- Thomas Moore, author of "Care of the Soul" and "Dark Nights of the Soul" ""Solitude: Seeking Wisdom in Extremes" opens the door, admitting the reader into the society of one man's soul. A visit is well worth the while." -- "American Psychological Association Review of Books" "Though grittier and more masculine than Elizabeth Gilbert's "Eat, Pray, Love", it has something of the same appeal." -- "The Vancouver Sun" "Bob Kull has done something relatively rare in the modern world: He has made a retreat/journey/pilgrimage that suits his own need and desire. He has learned essential lessons, and like a good spiritual adventurer, he is letting us in on the lessons he learned. Although his adventure is fascinating, it is his inner discoveries that appeal to me. It is worth everything for him to say that he is not a hero and his adventure is not heroic. That is just what we desperately need today: nonheroic adventures. This is an amazing story, worth reading and being inspired by. Bob is like a modern shaman, going out and coming back. And readers can take a good portion of Bob's experience into themselves and be changed by it." -- Thomas Moore, author of "Care of the Soul" and "Dark Nights of the Soul" "Though grittier and more masculine than Elizabeth Gilbert's "Eat, Pray, Love," it has something of the same appeal." -- "The Vancouver Sun" "There are echoes of Jack London here. Echoes of Thoreau, too....Very few of us will ever travel to the tip of Chile, let alone try to camp out there alone for a year. But what Bob really is writing about is a spiritual challenge as close as our own heartbeats." -- David Crumm, ReadTheSpirit.com

Ask a Question About this Product More...
Write your question below:
Look for similar items by category
Home » Books » Science » Nature » Essays
Home » Books » Biography » Travelers
How Fishpond Works
Fishpond works with suppliers all over the world to bring you a huge selection of products, really great prices, and delivery included on over 25 million products that we sell. We do our best every day to make Fishpond an awesome place for customers to shop and get what they want — all at the best prices online.
Webmasters, Bloggers & Website Owners
You can earn a 5% commission by selling Solitude: Seeking Wisdom in Extremes - a Year Alone in the Patagonia Wilderness on your website. It's easy to get started - we will give you example code. After you're set-up, your website can earn you money while you work, play or even sleep! You should start right now!
Authors / Publishers
Are you the Author or Publisher of a book? Or the manufacturer of one of the millions of products that we sell. You can improve sales and grow your revenue by submitting additional information on this title. The better the information we have about a product, the more we will sell!
Item ships from and is sold by Fishpond World Ltd.
Back to top