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I am not one to criticize the authors experience or willingness to share his escape I was engrossed in the book and constantly referring to encounters with the map I grew alarmed as 4 5 of the book had been covered and approx half of the Soviet Union had been crossed This left me disappointed in that I was given the impression that half of that journey was boring for the lack of a better word When he returned ragged and starving to the Jew that eventually helped him escape, it seemed to me I am not one to criticize the authors experience or willingness to share his escape I was engrossed in the book and constantly referring to encounters with the map I grew alarmed as 4 5 of the book had been covered and approx half of the Soviet Union had been crossed This left me disappointed in that I was given the impression that half of that journey was boring for the lack of a better word When he returned ragged and starving to the Jew that eventually helped him escape, it seemed to me an interesting segment of history could have been revealed My guess is that at this stage the author was so traumatized from his experience that the last half of the map covered in hos travels simply did not register as firmly as the first In this respect, he has every right to be accorded whatever latitude he needed in recalling the epic of his lifetime The best adventure story I have ever read Need some courage Read this book. You know those really good story tellers The ones where you can listen to anything they re talking about They can make the most banal story interesting Well that is what this story is missing The author is pretty lame It feels like somebody droning on and on with the same voice of the guy who says Bueller There is probably around 50 or so pages that is actually enjoyable The rest of it is just not that good The 50 pages that I liked were when the escaped prisoner joins up with 3 other You know those really good story tellers The ones where you can listen to anything they re talking about They can make the most banal story interesting Well that is what this story is missing The author is pretty lame It feels like somebody droning on and on with the same voice of the guy who says Bueller There is probably around 50 or so pages that is actually enjoyable The rest of it is just not that good The 50 pages that I liked were when the escaped prisoner joins up with 3 other escaped convicts and their adventures together Those pages were filled with adventure and were gripping The thing I like least about the book is the writing It is pretty bad This could have been a much better book if someone else had written it There was no build up There was no urgency I mean a German prisoner of war escapes from the far eastern portion of Siberia and makes it thousands and thousands of miles to Europe That really happened That s freaking epic The whole escape story is epicbut this book doesn t do his story justice Pretty gripping Basically a German prisoner of war escapes from the Siberian lead mines and walks halfway across Russia, with all the adventure that that entails wolves, bears, outlaws, reindeer men, etc And better written than I expected, though that s probably because I didn t know that Josef Bauer was a real writer But at times I wondered whether everything I was reading was true For instance, at one point the main character falls in with some Russian outlaws, and together they basically Pretty gripping Basically a German prisoner of war escapes from the Siberian lead mines and walks halfway across Russia, with all the adventure that that entails wolves, bears, outlaws, reindeer men, etc And better written than I expected, though that s probably because I didn t know that Josef Bauer was a real writer But at times I wondered whether everything I was reading was true For instance, at one point the main character falls in with some Russian outlaws, and together they basically re enact the plot of The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, right down to the little baggies of alluvial gold, betraying and murdering each other out of greed And it was just so incongruous with the rest of the plot that I had to wonder This was a great book Perhaps I liked it because it was so similar to one of my all time favorites, The Long Walk, by Slavomir Rawicz When I finished, I was left wishing it were longer, withdetails about the last year of the journey, and what happened after he returned home But these limitations made itintriguing. A really good survival book A German prisoner is brought to the very east of Siberia together with many other prisoners of war to be a slave He gets help from a doctor to escape and then the story gets really interesting All the struggles he had to endure, it is hard to comprehend even after reading this book.I really enjoyed reading it Loved his dog Wished that the end had been a bitprolonged though. The truth often wilder than fictionThe book describes the long journey of a war prisoner to freedom From the East end of Siberia to Tehran The author paints the events with details and dialogues helping the narrative of the underlying story The events taking place in the journey and the devine Providence or Deus ex machina often saves the day via simple persons coming on the way It made me admire the patience and strength a man can have when he wants to survive I also found very interesting The truth often wilder than fictionThe book describes the long journey of a war prisoner to freedom From the East end of Siberia to Tehran The author paints the events with details and dialogues helping the narrative of the underlying story The events taking place in the journey and the devine Providence or Deus ex machina often saves the day via simple persons coming on the way It made me admire the patience and strength a man can have when he wants to survive I also found very interesting the way of living of tribesmen and village People in the vast Siberian land where time and space is different to the Western understanding Fantastic story of enduring hardship and a seemingly improbable escape As others have, I found myself wantinginformation at the end of the story It was somewhat troubling to discover that the accuracy of the story is in question, but still a great read. (Read Pdf) ô So weit die Füße tragen ⚺ Die rzte haben es sich eine Weile berlegt, ehe sie dem heimgekehrten Clemens Forell behutsam erkl ren, da er den Sinn f r Farben verloren habe Nach und nach haben sie ihn noch vielerlei Ver nderungen mit Schonung begreiflich machen m ssen, weil nun einmal ein Mensch, der jahrelang im Blei gehaust hat und drei Jahre das Leben eines Tieres und bei den Tieren f hren mu te, nicht mehr als jener zur ckkehren kann, der er vordem gewesen ist Der gro artigste Abenteuerroman, den die neuere deutsche Literatur besitzt der ergreifende Bericht einer Wanderschaft, einer Flucht vom Ostkap Sibiriens nach Westen Ein Welterfolg seit berJahren inSprachen bersetzt, mit einer Weltauflage von mehreren Millionen B chern, mehrfach erfolgreich verfilmt und immer wieder gesendet I read this book many years ago I think it is excellent, not just for the way it is written but also for the incredible story of one man s triumph over numerous incredible difficulties.