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“McGivney is a storyteller of the highest caliber, with a style reminiscent of Jon Krakauer’s

journalistic skill and unmistakable purpose.”

—CARINE MCCANDLESS, AUTHOR OF THE WILD TRUTH,

THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING FOLLOW-UP TO INTO THE WILD

“There is such tragic irony here. The very things that Japanese tourist Tomomi Hanamure is so deeply

passionate about—the wild, stark, beautiful American West and Native American culture—are what

leads her to her violent death. Around this single horrific event Annette McGivney has masterfully

woven three separate, highly personal narratives.”

—S. C. GWYNNE, AUTHOR OF EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON, FINALIST FOR THE PULITZER PRIZE

“Pure Land reads like Into the Wild, but with a female protagonist, and by an author who is even

more fearless than Krakauer in her quest to understand her past, her motivations, and her desire to

make sense of a brutal, possibly unavoidable murder.”

TRACY ROSS, AUTHOR OF THE SOURCE OF ALL THINGS, A MEMOIR

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“McGivney is a storyteller of the highest caliber, with a style reminiscent of Jon Krakauer’s

journalistic skill and unmistakable purpose.”

—CARINE MCCANDLESS, AUTHOR OF THE WILD TRUTH, THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING FOLLOW-UP TO INTO THE WILD

“There is such tragic irony here. The very things that Japanese tourist Tomomi Hanamure is so deeply

passionate about—the wild, stark, beautiful American West and Native American culture—are what

leads her to her violent death. Around this single horrific event Annette McGivney has masterfully

woven three separate, highly personal narratives.”

—S. C. GWYNNE, AUTHOR OF EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON, FINALIST FOR THE PULITZER PRIZE

“Pure Land reads like Into the Wild, but with a female protagonist, and by an author who is even

more fearless than Krakauer in her quest to understand her past, her motivations, and her desire to

make sense of a brutal, possibly unavoidable murder.”

—TRACY ROSS, AUTHOR OF THE SOURCE OF ALL THINGS, A MEMOIR