Into The Wild Audiobook is a non-fictional novel that is based on real events and was written by American novelist Jon Krakauer. The novel ‘into the wild’ was published in the United States in 1996 by the Villard Publishers. The novel was written by American novelist Jon Krakauer and was based on the biographical, true, non-ficiton genres. The book originally published in English language but later translated into more than 30+ international languages and several editions.
Into The Wild Audiobook – Novel Review And Details:
The story of the novel was based on the life of Christopher McCandless who lived in Virginia. Following his graduation in 1990, he abandoned his family life and later his wealth too in the flash floods of Datsun.
Since the book is a Biography Audiobook and based on real events – it was very precisely judged by the readers and critics alike. The book was widely distributed and managed to garner great positive response from the readers. Critics were a little apprehensive about the book and it was dubbed as an adventurous and brutally unreal novel. The novel was then printed into 173 editions and translated into more than 30+ international languages.
Into The Wild Audiobook was adapted into an original feature film in 2007. The movie released in September and starred Emile Hirsch in the lead role. The film was directed by Sean Penn. The movie was titled ‘the call of the wild’.
About Author (Jon Krakauer):
The book has been written by Jon Krakauer. He is an American writer, activist and adventure enthusiast who was born on April 12 in Brooklyn, NYC. He pursued his professional writing career in 1990 and is active till present date. He has authored several novels including into the wild, into thin air and where men with the glory.
Into the Wild Audiobook