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While in college, a group of four young men establish a tradition: every year, they take a week-long adventure trip together. They go hiking, biking, or kayaking, traveling all around the world. They call it their Man Mission, an annual ritual that they keep for fifteen years. In the course of their travels, they hitch a ride with drug dealers in New Zealand, down kava shot While in college, a group of four young men establish a tradition: every year, they take a week-long adventure trip together. They go hiking, biking, or kayaking, traveling all around the world. They call it their Man Mission, an annual ritual that they keep for fifteen years. In the course of their travels, they hitch a ride with drug dealers in New Zealand, down kava shots on Fijian beaches, come face-to-face with a roaring lion in South Africa, luxuriate in a resort intended only for Vietnamese Communist officials, trek to Machu Picchu, and go ice climbing in Iceland. Over the years, they get married, start families, establish careers, and do all the stuff upright men are supposed to do. But when the challenges of real life come into conflict with the perfect lives they are supposed to be living, the yearly Man Mission becomes more than an annual getaway. It's a source of stability and a place to find redemption. Part travel narrative and part roman � clef, this novel follows four regular guys as they find adventure together, and seek meaning and purpose, in a world where the traditional rules of "being a man" are no longer clear. "5 out of 5 stars"-Foreword Clarion Reviews "A fast-moving, fresh, multi-faceted story of exploration" -Louise Herron AM, CEO, Sydney Opera House "A candid account of a man's viewpoint-4 out of 4 stars" -Online Book Club "Lively and well-told"-Blue Ink Review


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While in college, a group of four young men establish a tradition: every year, they take a week-long adventure trip together. They go hiking, biking, or kayaking, traveling all around the world. They call it their Man Mission, an annual ritual that they keep for fifteen years. In the course of their travels, they hitch a ride with drug dealers in New Zealand, down kava shot While in college, a group of four young men establish a tradition: every year, they take a week-long adventure trip together. They go hiking, biking, or kayaking, traveling all around the world. They call it their Man Mission, an annual ritual that they keep for fifteen years. In the course of their travels, they hitch a ride with drug dealers in New Zealand, down kava shots on Fijian beaches, come face-to-face with a roaring lion in South Africa, luxuriate in a resort intended only for Vietnamese Communist officials, trek to Machu Picchu, and go ice climbing in Iceland. Over the years, they get married, start families, establish careers, and do all the stuff upright men are supposed to do. But when the challenges of real life come into conflict with the perfect lives they are supposed to be living, the yearly Man Mission becomes more than an annual getaway. It's a source of stability and a place to find redemption. Part travel narrative and part roman � clef, this novel follows four regular guys as they find adventure together, and seek meaning and purpose, in a world where the traditional rules of "being a man" are no longer clear. "5 out of 5 stars"-Foreword Clarion Reviews "A fast-moving, fresh, multi-faceted story of exploration" -Louise Herron AM, CEO, Sydney Opera House "A candid account of a man's viewpoint-4 out of 4 stars" -Online Book Club "Lively and well-told"-Blue Ink Review

47 review for Man Mission: Four Men, Fifteen Years, One Epic Journey

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Belmont

    I found this really entertaining to read. It was an intriguing look into the ups and downs one man’s life and how an annual “Man Mission” with his buddies played a part. I thought it was an intriguing look into a man’s perspective on life. There is so much honesty here, I really enjoyed how this was written. It’s a soul-baring and fascinating story. Between the action, the comedy and the honesty of this novel, I highly recommend checking it out! *I read this book as part of a blog tour with Sage's I found this really entertaining to read. It was an intriguing look into the ups and downs one man’s life and how an annual “Man Mission” with his buddies played a part. I thought it was an intriguing look into a man’s perspective on life. There is so much honesty here, I really enjoyed how this was written. It’s a soul-baring and fascinating story. Between the action, the comedy and the honesty of this novel, I highly recommend checking it out! *I read this book as part of a blog tour with Sage's Blog Tours. All opinions are my own.*

  2. 4 out of 5

    Susan Barich

    I love the soul-baring honesty of Uliel's character as he travels through the stages of his life, always having his core group of friends as a touch stone. Inhale -- go through another stage of the human experience; exhale -- hang out for a week with close friends and just have fun. And it is such a fun journey. I highly recommend this book for anyone who is looking for a good read to dive into. By the way, I was the story editor for this book. Even so, I was struck by the brutal honesty of some I love the soul-baring honesty of Uliel's character as he travels through the stages of his life, always having his core group of friends as a touch stone. Inhale -- go through another stage of the human experience; exhale -- hang out for a week with close friends and just have fun. And it is such a fun journey. I highly recommend this book for anyone who is looking for a good read to dive into. By the way, I was the story editor for this book. Even so, I was struck by the brutal honesty of some of Eytan's self reflections. Refreshing!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Briggs

    Man Mission by Eytan Uliel is a story told over fifteen years and lets you see the world through the eyes of Eytan, a man who is eager to explore the great outdoors, seek new thrills, and find himself. Over fifteen annual “man missions”, Eytan and his ragtag group of friends push the limits in testosterone-fueled adventures, navigate their advancing adulthood, and learn to accept life as it comes. This novel is unique in that is a combination of a travelogue and fiction. Uliel effortlessly combin Man Mission by Eytan Uliel is a story told over fifteen years and lets you see the world through the eyes of Eytan, a man who is eager to explore the great outdoors, seek new thrills, and find himself. Over fifteen annual “man missions”, Eytan and his ragtag group of friends push the limits in testosterone-fueled adventures, navigate their advancing adulthood, and learn to accept life as it comes. This novel is unique in that is a combination of a travelogue and fiction. Uliel effortlessly combines the fact and fiction to make the reader as though they were along for the ride (the bike ride, in particular) with Sam and Eytan, and later Daniel and Alec. Surroundings and destinations were all skillfully depicted, and the scenery described in the pages made you feel like you were looking at a travel guide book. Many of the descriptions of the Man Mission locations will tempt you to visit the locales yourself (though likely you’ll opt not to attempt the ultra-rugged hikes and bike excursions the group put themselves through). Personally I’m dying to try a Melona bar from South Korea and to ride a catamaran in Thailand. There is an innumerable amount of hilarious mishaps the men find themselves at the mercy of, making the reader truly wonder where the desire to return for another round the following year is coming from. Eytan goes through major development throughout the book, living through many drastic changes in his life. He’s forced to figure out who he is, and what he wants from life, not just what he’s been told to want. He grows as a man and learns more about what it means to be a man in today’s society. Whether you’re female or male-identifying (or neither), this book will be eye-opening to the experiences of what it’s like to be a man today. The demands of society put on men can be stifling and overwhelming, and there is a great deal of stigma surrounding male emotion. It is important for men to feel able to safely express themselves when they feel sad, lonely, upset, or scared. Uliel demonstrates this concept through characters and is personally my favorite part of the book as a whole. When Eytan eventually learns to open up and communicate with his friends and his family regarding his feelings and emotions, it was clear that there is hope for our generation and future generations to have more open conversations about male emotions. Overall I would give this book a 3 out of 4 stars. I felt this was an appropriate rating because there were parts of the story that felt rushed over and undeveloped that deserved more attention, which was my least favorite part of the book. The length of the story might contribute to that fact, but it could’ve been addressed (I wouldn’t have been upset with a longer length novel). This book would appeal to an older audience that enjoys contemporary lit, and travel-centric fiction. This book does have a fairly decent amount of profanity and a few moments of sexuality that could offend some people, which should be taken into account as well.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Navin

    This is the first time I’ve ever been given an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of a book to promote as part of a blog tour (thank you, Sage!) and I’m really glad that this was my first choice! Man Mission, is Eytan Uriel’s true coming of age story told through a recounting of fifteen years of ‘guy trips’ that he took with his three best friends. Not only is the book well-written (you’ll be in awe of the descriptions of the amazing places to which these guys travelled) it’s emotional and thought-provok This is the first time I’ve ever been given an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of a book to promote as part of a blog tour (thank you, Sage!) and I’m really glad that this was my first choice! Man Mission, is Eytan Uriel’s true coming of age story told through a recounting of fifteen years of ‘guy trips’ that he took with his three best friends. Not only is the book well-written (you’ll be in awe of the descriptions of the amazing places to which these guys travelled) it’s emotional and thought-provoking. We meet Eytan, Sam, Alec and Dan in college…they are embarking on their independent lives and exhibiting all the signs of early 20s young men; they are full with both hope and hubris. Over the next fifteen years, we get 15 chapters (one representing each year of the Man Mission trips they take) interspersed with stories surrounding the trips: they find careers, get married, have children and find their own struggles. The trips that the 4 men take are as ridiculous as they are amazing: they are completely unprepared to do things like arduous hikes in New Zealand and sail in Thailand but the descriptions of their tenacity and the landscapes around them are incredible! More incredible, perhaps, is the fifteen-year bond that develops between the 4 men and the insights into their hearts and minds that we are given by Uliel. As a woman, wife and ‘boy mom,’ I was fascinated by the men’s camaraderie, behaviors and perceptions of themselves. I learned a tremendous amount about the pressure that men place on themselves and their notions of what it means to be a man. Along the path, I was often frustrated by the chauvinistic, chest-thumping activities the men engaged in but appreciated Uliel’s willingness to portray himself and his friends in an unvarnished way. The story, with all of the men’s sensitivities and flaws, rang true in a way that kept me reading to the end. I found myself rejoicing in each man’s triumph’s and cringing at each man’s struggles. There were certainly triggers for me around some of the heartless, misogynistic behavior that is portrayed in the book but I considered it a fair trade-off for a glimpse inside these men’s hearts and minds. The framework of a fifteen-year tradition was a great construct for allowing the reader to watch these 4 men grow up. I was especially taken with Uliel’s tongue-in-cheek ‘statistics’ at the end of every chapter. For example, these from Spain where one of the men discovers that his father has passed while he is on the trip: MM VII Vital Statistics Country: Spain Location: White Villages of Andalusia Mode of transport: Hiking Distance covered: Sixty miles Tine taken: Six days Accommodation: Guesthouses Injuries sustained: Sunburn and grief If you have a love of travelogues and memoirs, this book provides the best of both worlds. As I mentioned, I read an ARC and it did not include any photos but if the final copy includes any photos of these ‘blokes’ and their adventures, I can only imagine that those would be great fun as well! I highly recommend Uriel’s debut, Man Mission, for its look at the world: the ones both beyond our gaze and behind our eyes! Goodreads: https://bit.ly/2U3R11J Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eytan.uliel Twitter: https://twitter.com/eytanuliel Website: www.eytanuliel.com www.manmissionthebook.com

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bookish Jen

    “The pick-up truck hurtles down a dirt road in rural New Zealand. In the back it’s just me, four loaded guns, and some kilo of drugs. I’m going to die, I think. And not for the first time today.” Well, that’s one way to grab my attention. It’s also the opening of the book Man Mission-Four Men, Fifteen Years, One Epic Journey-a bloke version of Eat, Pray, Love, but also a complete anti-thesis. Written by seasoned traveler and writer Eytan Uliel, Man Mission is an exotic stew with hearty heapings of “The pick-up truck hurtles down a dirt road in rural New Zealand. In the back it’s just me, four loaded guns, and some kilo of drugs. I’m going to die, I think. And not for the first time today.” Well, that’s one way to grab my attention. It’s also the opening of the book Man Mission-Four Men, Fifteen Years, One Epic Journey-a bloke version of Eat, Pray, Love, but also a complete anti-thesis. Written by seasoned traveler and writer Eytan Uliel, Man Mission is an exotic stew with hearty heapings of fiction, travel guide and possible memoir. And it’s also an eye-opener for anyone whose idea of roughing it is no room service and believes a week of adventure is a vacation at the local water park. Man Mission is about four young men, still in college and about to start life in the “real world.” Because of their friendship and their love of travel, these four mates will get together to travel to one country per year and will deal with the good, bad, and ugly as only they can (or think they can). They continue to do this even as they embark on careers, marriage and family life. All four friends find challenge in both the humdrum of domesticity and the excitement of their “Man Mission.” Man Mission is divided into three parts, simply called part one, part two, and part three; and it packs it up at the end with an epilogue called Home. Some of the countries these mates traverse include Vietnam, Thailand, Fiji, South Africa, Iceland, Spain, Peru, and the good, old US of A. Included with the Man Mission is their manifesto, which includes such gems like going beyond one’s limits and no luxuries allowed. A certain pink bracelet also is part of the Man Mission, a dude’s version of “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.” Over the course of 15 years these mates straddle a high wire of challenges of their vacations with the challenges of careers and domesticity (and like I mentioned, often the last two seem more challenging than the actual adventures). The travels are definitely crazy and audacious. And the dialogue among the men is very rich and detailed, filled with both macho bluster and candid vulnerability. It certainly gave me a look into the male mind. Men, are both simple and complex (in other words, human). If I have one quibble when it comes to Man Mission, I do wish Uliel would have painted the women in Man Mission with a more colorful brush. To me, they came across with all the depth as a shot of tequila when I would have preferred a full margarita (FYI-raspberry margaritas are my fave). But at the end, Man Mission is a fast-paced, comical, and riveting book. I think it would make one heck of a movie. Hugh Jackman, call your agent! Originally published at the Book Self: https://thebookselfblog.wordpress.com...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shannon (Wine, Tea, & Paper)

    Rant to come

  7. 4 out of 5

    Shanice

    This was a surprisingly good read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Reads A-Lot

    Imagine venturing on a trip each year to an exotic location and experiment. “Dull entry-level work was the way to start” and it led to the creation of the Man Mission. Sam, Daniel, Alec, and Eytan were friends since the beginning of time. Even though jobs and family got in the way, they never strayed from their friendship, which is why they always went on an adventurous trip each and every year. “We were living life, doing guy things, and being real men.” (LOC 228) “Ego mixed with adrenaline will Imagine venturing on a trip each year to an exotic location and experiment. “Dull entry-level work was the way to start” and it led to the creation of the Man Mission. Sam, Daniel, Alec, and Eytan were friends since the beginning of time. Even though jobs and family got in the way, they never strayed from their friendship, which is why they always went on an adventurous trip each and every year. “We were living life, doing guy things, and being real men.” (LOC 228) “Ego mixed with adrenaline will drive men to do crazy things.” (LOC 303) This epic journey was well-written and thought-provoking. It was an exhilarating reminder of why I aspire and continue my own travels, not just being “tied to the clock and hourly billings.” As the years progressed and the men settled more into jobs, marriage, and family, the trips were more challenging to take, especially with nagging wives on you’re a#s. The ruggedness of these excursions weren’t always too appealing, but the author certainly expressed them with synthetic wit and inept humor. Story was a brotherly bond through manly idiotic excursions. Also, the narrative awkwardly skips back and forth, causing slight confusion regarding the proper order of events. Scenes abruptly cut off and then go to another part in time, which was unsettling to me. An intense adventure of soul-searching and brotherhood. It was just men trying to be men and do some stupid things.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Naomi Spigelman

    A delightful novel which masterfully chronicles one man's journey through the ups and downs of life intertwined with annual road trips to exotic destinations, spanning 15 years with three of his best mates. The juxtaposition of the tribulations of daily life with the often clumsy, sometimes hilarious mishaps that these men on mission encounter, makes it a thoroughly enjoyable read, both thought-provoking and thoroughly entertaining at the same time. A delightful novel which masterfully chronicles one man's journey through the ups and downs of life intertwined with annual road trips to exotic destinations, spanning 15 years with three of his best mates. The juxtaposition of the tribulations of daily life with the often clumsy, sometimes hilarious mishaps that these men on mission encounter, makes it a thoroughly enjoyable read, both thought-provoking and thoroughly entertaining at the same time.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sahani Perera, The Book Sherpa

    A delightful and an unusual read about a man's perspective in life. How he views marriage, fatherhood, teenaged, ambitions, etc. I can assure that any reader will highly enjoy this action-packed, adventurous, comical and philosophical read. A delightful and an unusual read about a man's perspective in life. How he views marriage, fatherhood, teenaged, ambitions, etc. I can assure that any reader will highly enjoy this action-packed, adventurous, comical and philosophical read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Elena

    Partially a memoir, partially travel/adventure non-fiction….entirely addictive and mind-blowing, Man Mission by Eytan Uliel is about the author and his friends' men-only yearly trips, combining their need for unconventional (mis)adventures and good, local food. Eytan and Sam met at law school and immediately got along so well that they remained friends even after graduating. Then life happens and 3 years pass. One day, Eytan and Sam reckoned about their plan of a men-only trip somewhere unfamilia Partially a memoir, partially travel/adventure non-fiction….entirely addictive and mind-blowing, Man Mission by Eytan Uliel is about the author and his friends' men-only yearly trips, combining their need for unconventional (mis)adventures and good, local food. Eytan and Sam met at law school and immediately got along so well that they remained friends even after graduating. Then life happens and 3 years pass. One day, Eytan and Sam reckoned about their plan of a men-only trip somewhere unfamiliar, where to test themselves and forget about the routine for a few days. To quote Bilbo Baggins, they wanted "to go on an adventure”…and they did! Not even two weeks later, the two friends are on a plane to New Zealand, wanting to hike the Harper’s Pass trail. Too bad they’re not physically trained, equipped nor prepared for a 4/5 days experience in the wild nature, miles and miles away from the first town. The trip turned out to be tragicomic, injuries and doubtful meetings included. This first disastrous Man Mission, anyway, is followed by others, first with just Eytan and Sam participating, then the duo is joined by Alec and Daniel (who are also friends from the college days). These four reckless young men take us all around the world in 15 years: from Japan and South-East Asia to Europe and America, then Peru, South Africa and, of course, their home country as well, Australia. They’ll share laughter and tears, make new friends along the way and discovers almost magical sides of our beautiful planet. I suspect the author took some creative licenses because some events feel like overly exaggerated (just read the 1st chapter, you’ll understand what I mean). I rated Man Mission 3 out of 4 stars because of this, but mainly because I didn’t like the editing style: the stories of the trips are intertwined with the protagonists lives events back at home...this 'back and forth' style might please some readers, however I found it confusing and not well organized. Even so, I immediately felt a connection with the author’s longing for something ‘out of the box’, new experiences and escape the daily routine, even if just once a year. I found it amazing and heartwarming that these 4 friends managed to keep up to their promise and find time for their trips, which happened to be a way to bond and to share life’s struggles, insecurities, and doubts, all combined with funny encounters and events. I everything written in this book is the pure truth, Eytan & Co. should consider themselves extremely lucky to still be alive! I lived in Asia for a while and I felt so happy to visit once again some of my favorite countries (Japan and Taiwan, for instance) with Eytan's point of view; it was like going back to a blank slate and discover everything all over again, which made me feel glad I read this book. I'd suggest it to travel enthusiasts, explorers who love to go un-walked routes...even to people who're too scared to do it themselves, but still want to know what it feels like to just go and try.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Gina R Mitchell

    Over the course of fifteen years, four best friends tackle life head on. They seem to survive the daily grind with the promise of an epic adventure once a year. The story is told through the eyes of Eytan, perhaps the least adventurous of the four. We read of the good, the bad, and the ugly side of human nature. The characters go through all the typical joys and trials of life, from graduation, employment, marriage and families to divorce, injuries, joblessness and malaise. The travel adventures Over the course of fifteen years, four best friends tackle life head on. They seem to survive the daily grind with the promise of an epic adventure once a year. The story is told through the eyes of Eytan, perhaps the least adventurous of the four. We read of the good, the bad, and the ugly side of human nature. The characters go through all the typical joys and trials of life, from graduation, employment, marriage and families to divorce, injuries, joblessness and malaise. The travel adventures are very well described. I felt like I was immersed in the man missions with these four best friends. The characters each had well-defined roles in the trips that seemed to correlate with their life skills. The female characters don’t have a lot of dialogue in the story but they figure prominently in the character development of the males. The following paragraph sums up the story quite well: The manliest of all adventures wasn’t to kayak across a wild ocean, or ride up a steep hill, or trek through an inhospitable jungle. It was to live a whole life, without forfeit or compromise. The most authentic Man Mission of them all was simply to keep moving forward; to make the journey, even when hard and painful. I recommend this book to adventurous people, whether of body or soul, as well as readers who love to delve into human nature.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shani

    This is a beautifully written story that follows a group of young friends as they follow each other into the world of adulthood. Eytan, Daniel, Sam, and Alec successfully create a way to get away from their every day lives every year and to bond. Their yearly trips help them to explore, rejuvenate, heal, and become better people in general. Their love of the adventure may be what helps them bond but it's the incredible ups and downs they go through that bring them together even more. I loved the This is a beautifully written story that follows a group of young friends as they follow each other into the world of adulthood. Eytan, Daniel, Sam, and Alec successfully create a way to get away from their every day lives every year and to bond. Their yearly trips help them to explore, rejuvenate, heal, and become better people in general. Their love of the adventure may be what helps them bond but it's the incredible ups and downs they go through that bring them together even more. I loved their journey! This is a fabulous read for anyone who needs an escape from their own reality and follows the men's journies and becomes part of the mission. An escape is sometimes needed and the adventure is therein each one. From travels, quotes, notes, antics, and relatability makes me feel just a little bit more. I really enjoyed the story. I applaud them for being able to make their dream a reality and truly create incredible memories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gregg Hopps

    A Good Book For Guys Man Mission is about four men, who partake in an annual ritual of high adventures in exotic locations. It is also a story about how the men change and grow as they get older. The author does a great job intermingling the current year's man's mission with events that happened during each year. He also does a wonderful job of describing each location the mission takes place at. The main character, whose name is not mentioned through out the book is a very annoying crybaby, but th A Good Book For Guys Man Mission is about four men, who partake in an annual ritual of high adventures in exotic locations. It is also a story about how the men change and grow as they get older. The author does a great job intermingling the current year's man's mission with events that happened during each year. He also does a wonderful job of describing each location the mission takes place at. The main character, whose name is not mentioned through out the book is a very annoying crybaby, but this book is still a good read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Domenic

    Push past the misogyny for a story of self revelation Push past the misogyny and chest beating bravado and there’s a jaunty tale of 4 friends traipsing the globe in search of themselves, even if they don’t know it, yet. The story’s at its best when the main character exposes the pain of his marriage and his vulnerability when coming to grips with what it means to be a male tethered to traditional stereotypes.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ann Jones

    The story of one man's journey through life alone and with friends Man Mission is the story of four friends and their journey through adulthood together. They travel on man missions each year and through life together. It is also , the story of one man's journey to accept himself and find happiness The story of one man's journey through life alone and with friends Man Mission is the story of four friends and their journey through adulthood together. They travel on man missions each year and through life together. It is also , the story of one man's journey to accept himself and find happiness

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Hite

    Great adventure book. Explores 15 locations leaving the reader wanting to visit each site and providing a vivid image of each site. The book also does a great job of defining how social stereotypes affect and can leave them feeling inadequate. It is nice to read a book written by a man that can openly discuss men's feelings, the inability to discuss feelings and how this can impact their lives. Great adventure book. Explores 15 locations leaving the reader wanting to visit each site and providing a vivid image of each site. The book also does a great job of defining how social stereotypes affect and can leave them feeling inadequate. It is nice to read a book written by a man that can openly discuss men's feelings, the inability to discuss feelings and how this can impact their lives.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I absolutely loved this journey. The storyteller gave a wonderful account of the journeys he took with his friends through the years. While making h is weeklong trips yearly, he also made an internal journey that brought conflict, resolution and finally understanding through his journey. He finally found much of what he was seeking on that personal journey.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cat

    How fun to continue the journey with your buds! I wonder if their wives get to do the same. Fun read, and the guys are certainly going to enjoy it, I'm sure. I'm just looking at from an older females pov. Risk taking just doesn't seem like a smart thing to do once you have a family. I received a Kindle arc from Netgalley in exchange for a fair review. How fun to continue the journey with your buds! I wonder if their wives get to do the same. Fun read, and the guys are certainly going to enjoy it, I'm sure. I'm just looking at from an older females pov. Risk taking just doesn't seem like a smart thing to do once you have a family. I received a Kindle arc from Netgalley in exchange for a fair review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Grace Amina Okoliko

    The book provides you the opportunity of seeing and appreciating life through a mans eye. I could feel their energies and enthusiasm with each trip and the exhaustion in their voices when they discussed their families. [full review on my blog]

  21. 5 out of 5

    JAS

    3.5 stars

  22. 4 out of 5

    Marla Mcintyre

    Good book. Interesting story. I could relate to the relationships.

  23. 4 out of 5

    vinniemt

    A good read from a man's perspective. His struggles in the urban era. The plausibility is questionable at times but can be overlooked for the sake of fiction. A good read from a man's perspective. His struggles in the urban era. The plausibility is questionable at times but can be overlooked for the sake of fiction.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Meia7

  25. 5 out of 5

    ηστ

  26. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  27. 5 out of 5

    Isabel Hedgecock

  28. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  29. 5 out of 5

    unamilagra

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kathi Huber

  31. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

  32. 5 out of 5

    Eytan Uliel

  33. 5 out of 5

    Teri

  34. 5 out of 5

    Penny Sansevieri

  35. 4 out of 5

    Madi

  36. 4 out of 5

    Theresa Lynch

  37. 5 out of 5

    Laura Martin

  38. 4 out of 5

    Minh Doan

  39. 5 out of 5

    Dzsof

  40. 5 out of 5

    Christina Norr

  41. 4 out of 5

    Amy Pearson

  42. 4 out of 5

    DeDe

  43. 5 out of 5

    C. Hidalgo

  44. 5 out of 5

    Lissa

  45. 5 out of 5

    Serena

  46. 4 out of 5

    Keisha Cammon

  47. 5 out of 5

    Tama

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