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The Last Guide

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How to raise good kids and spot bad ones. What you need to know about politics. Why you should fish. Twelve things you’d be crazy not to have in your home. These are some of the lessons contained in The Last Guide’s Guide, a sequel to Canadian bestseller The Last Guide. In The Last Guide, readers met Frank Kuiack, the last fishing guide in Algonquin Park. It was a book the Toronto Star called “a homage to a vanishing way of life” and acclaimed author Roy MacGregor said would “feed the soul forever.” Now Frank is back, with a guidebook to what he has learned in seventy years of fishing. Written over four years, it is a rollicking return to Algonquin Park, with Leacock-like tales of politics, heat waves, bass fishing, the Ambassador of Rock Lake and Frank’s eightieth birthday party. The Last Guide’s Guide is the guidebook the world has been waiting for. A how-to manual on fishing, making money, cooking a shore lunch, falling in love and “practical stuff people can use. Not the stupid stuff.”

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