Founded in 1997, BookFinder.com has become a leading book price comparison site:
The Appalachian Trail:
When Jan D. Curran retired from the Army, he hiked the entire 2,100+ miles of The Appalachian Trail, from Georgia to Maine, to aid his transition to civilian life. As a young retiree, he found the journey tedious -- sometimes even dangerous -- but laden with nature's riches and unexpected spiritual rewards.
In The Appalachian Trail: Onward to Katahdin, Curran describes in vivid detail the Northern half of his AT adventure, as he finally completes the journey of a lifetime. The Southern half of his hike is chronicled in The Appalachian Trail: A Journey of Discovery.
Onward to Katahdin is, like his other books, informative and reader friendly. A good book to take with you on an AT hike, to enjoy as a vicarious adventure or to read in preparation for a thru-hike. [via]