The SAS Guide to Tracking
My first impression was “wordy.” After the preface and introduction, I substituted “conversational.” Just unhurried reminiscences that pace you for the book as a whole.
The author is writing for potential trackers and their trainers. As this reference may be all those persons have for ongoing fallback, it is thorough. Chapter summaries are complete and concise, lest a time-constrained teacher lacks a quick review of course material. Following the book proper, is a Tracking Aide-Memoire a feature I’ve seen nowhere else (of course I’m a Yank) that serves as an entire book overview/review. That is not redundancy but completeness. Leave no spoor unnoted or unresearched; no inferences, even blatantly obvious inferences, escape unfollowed. No matter how elusive, Bob Carss tracks them down and writes them out.asw
|Page Count||375 pages|
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