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Walks to Remember

Maybe you should think twice about hiking after all...

 
Bissell, Sallie
In the Forest of Harm
Assistant District Attorney Mary Crow takes two friends hiking in the Nantahala National Forest, where she is ready to put to rest the agony of losing her mother to a violent death. When two violent, deranged killers disrupt their trip, however, they must gather all their strength to survive.
 
Butler, Octavia E.
Parable of the Sower
In 2025, Lauren Olamina's Southern California enclave is ravaged by drug-crazed pyromaniacs. The survivors head north, gathering other travelers who sense Lauren's power and want to follow her as she founds a new community.
 
King, Stephen
The Long Walk
100 teenage boys must run a 500-mile marathon, otherwise . . .
 
Lessing, Doris
Mara and Dann: An Adventure
Environmental disaster has created a brutal world thousands of years in the future in which a brother and sister must travel north to survive.
 
Matheson, Richard
Hunted Past Reason
While two friends are on a short hiking trip, their mutual bitter resentment and jealousy quickly become maniacal, violent, and very, very dangerous.
 
McCarthy, Cormac
The Road
A man and his son walk the road to the sea, fighting starvation and cannibals in this dark, post- apocalyptic world. Also available as a downloadable audio book.
 
Peretti, Frank
Monster
Escaping their hectic city lives, Reed and Beck go on a hiking trip, only to find their very lives at stake.
 

Updated: 05/01/2008