Book Feature: Into the Wild by Mike Honeycutt

by | Oct 15, 2020 | Book Feature | 0 comments

Into the Wild by Mike Honeycutt is another adventure travel book about hunting animals and meeting new people.

About a few weeks ago, we featured one of Mike Honeycutt’s books entitled Mike Honeycutt’s World of Hunting and Fishing. The book is a travelogue that features many of Mike Honeycutt’s adventure and hunting expeditions. Mike’s travelogue sets him apart from modern authors of such works including Anthony Bourdain, Bill Bryson, and Michael Palin. His work puts emphasis on hunting and game as he presents various hunting spots for birds and other wild animals. Today, ReadersMagnet is taking a closer look at another adventure book, Into the Wild by Mike Honeycutt.

Into the Wild by Mike Honeycutt

Into the Wild by Mike Honeycutt was first published in July 2019. Prior to this one, he also published a travelogue entitled Mike Honeycutt’s World of Hunting and Fishing. Into the Wild, just like the World of Hunting and Fishing, featuring Mike Honeycutt’s extensive adventures in continents around the world. While the book’s title suggests that it is all about wild hunting and exploits in terrains which are not usually visited by hunters, it is safe to say that the adventures in this book also include visits to local communities and villages. Into the Wild is not limited to hunting exploits, but also presents Mike’s encounters with other people, and his interactions with their culture, food, faith, and other aspects of their daily living. 

For author Mike Honeycutt, there’s nothing more exciting than a remote trip with great scenery. In Mike Honeycutt’s World of Hunting and Fishing, he shares a travelogue that speaks to his passion for traveling the world to exotic locales to hunt and fish for unusual animal species.

 Based on his extensive travel experiences, Honeycutt narrates stories from all over the world on all continents. From the savannas of northern Cameroon to the jungles of southern Cameroon, and from the mountains of the Rocky Mountains in the United States, to a Himalayan tahr hunt in the mountains of New Zealand, he describes an array of real-life experiences and excursions. He tells about bird hunting in Argentina, turkey hunting in Old Mexico, and looking for the Gobi Argali Sheep in Mongolia.

 From airplanes to snowmobiles, to boats, horses, jeeps, four-wheelers, and pickups, Honeycutt has traversed the world experiencing an array of terrain, cultures, religions, food, and personalities. He offers insights into his travel in Mike Honeycutt’s World of Hunting and Fishing. (excerpt from book description)

Into the Wild is no doubt another remarkable adventure book by the famous hunter and explorer Mike Honeycutt. Just as readers were entertained by his previous work World of Hunting and Fishing, we can expect the same level of excitement from this one. What sets Into the Wild and World of Hunting is perspective and the narrative. Into the wild was published a year after World of Hunting and Fishing. On that note, we can expect Mike Honeycutt to provide additional details or perhaps fresh new stories in Into the Wild. Nonetheless, this is a separate book that every hunting enthusiast and adventure buff should read.

If you want to know more about Mike Honeycutt and his adventures, grab a copy of his book Into the Wild, or visit his website today!

About the Author

Mike Honeycutt resides in South-Central Missouri, just within a considerable distance near the national forest with his cat and dog. Mike Honeycutt loves to travel and see different places. He is passionate about hunting and collecting exotic trophies from various parts of the globe. Mike Honeycutt’s passion for hunting has brought him to various spots around the world. Aside from his book Into the Wild, Mike is also the author of the travelogue Mike Honeycutt’s World of Hunting and Fishing, published in 2018. Both masterpieces chronicle his travels and hunting adventures.

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