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Publisher Description

Gather around for campfire stories with the MeatEater crew as they share sixteen harrowing true tales of survival, grit, and misfortune in the great outdoors—an immersive audio experience from the host of the long-running Netflix series and top-ranked wilderness podcast. 
 
In Campfire Stories: Close Calls, Steven Rinella invites seasoned hunters, anglers, adventurers, and outdoor professionals to share their tales of perilous adventures in the natural world, from run-ins with black bears and grizzlies to bad falls and severe hypothermia.
 
With humor and heart, the storytellers describe how they survived disastrous encounters with weather, wildlife--and even a criminal cartel. Whether set in urban forests or atop remote Alaskan peaks, the tales in Campfire Stories: Close Calls are rich with lessons on how to stay safe in nature, delivered in a conversational tone that conjures the feeling of sitting around a campfire sharing adventure stories with friends.

Campfire Stories: Close Calls features tales from MeatEater crew members Steven Rinella • Janis Putelis • Brody Henderson • Garret Smith • Seth Morris • Maggie Smith and Edbo Genet • with additional stories by Andy Bergin • Buck Bowden • Chad Converse • Jerry Dunlop • Greg Fonts • Jake Grzyb • Sam Lawry • Greg Litzinger • Joe and Joey Nowicki • Alex Reynaud • Thad Robison • Bobbie Scopa • and Avery Shawler.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
NARRATOR
SR
Steven Rinella
LENGTH
05:15
hr min
RELEASED
2021
July 20
PUBLISHER
Random House Audio
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
305.8
MB

Customer Reviews

Kayleinesd ,

Great Listen

This was a great audiobook. I highly recommend! But I do have one question though. I was always told that AB+ blood is the “universal recipient. Which means he can receive blood from all blood types, and in one of the stories the guy said he needed to go to a whole other hospital just to get the right blood he needed due to him being AB+?

RDP041781 ,

Great stories of survival told well

As someone who spends time in the wilderness and has a healthy respect for the power of Mother Nature… I always find it useful to hear the first-hand accounts of those who’ve actually experienced the “worst case scenario.” Great lessons to take away about being prepared, recognizing the signs of trouble before they get out of control, etc.

DRZX22 ,

Hot Trash

Weak stories. Weak story tellers. Audiobook is hot trash.

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