Lines on a Map

Nonfiction by Frank Wolf
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Reviews of 'Lines on a Map'

“…a collection of stellar travel journalism…” – Outside Magazine

"You will cheer as you read Wolf's humorous and exciting narratives. If not, you will be inspired by his sheer strength and indomitable will to prevail."
- John Gellard, The Ormsby Review

"This book is far more than mere travelogue, as Wolf's economic prose and dry wit impart a passion for quests that say as much about the human condition as the adventures themselves."
Jamie Bliss, Coast Mountain Culture Magazine

‘Wolf has survived countless worldwide explorations, and the magic of this book is reading about how he did it. Lines On A Map is written with self-aware humour, high-stakes survivalist drama and a frank awareness of our fragile, beautiful planet.’
– Grant Lawrence, Vancouver Courier

“As you make your way through these pages, and into Wolf’s wild hinterland, you may feel justifiably glad it’s not you in the boat, but I guarantee there will also be moments when you’ll wish to hell you could have been there.”
-John Vaillant, author of 'The Golden Spruce' and 'The Tiger'

“Wolf’s new book collects the best stories from a full 24 of his mainly Canadian expeditions over the past two decades, and the result is a gripping montage of his quests, body-breaking travails and the humour that gets him through.”
-Nick Walker, Canadian Geographic Magazine

“Frank is a master at weaving together his love of the land, people, culture and the importance to protect it. That’s what really sets him apart from other extreme adventurers.
– Explore Magazine

“Wolf is at his best when he’s exploring his personal definition of adventure, inspiring readers to cut loose, accept the challenge and live their most audacious dream.”
– Canoe & Kayak Magazine

"Weaves humour, drama, and local knowledge to transport readers around the globe in a quest to celebrate exploration and the wild"
- Paddling Magazine

"Reading Wolf —as he takes the time to see our wilderness and talk to Canadians across the nation—helped remind me that first, the disparity of regions and people is nothing new, and second, we’d be much better off focusing on what we have in common."
- Heather Allen, Black Press

“…one of my favourite Canadian adventure books from the last few years” –

Fiction by Frank Wolf