Dec 02, 2021

The Call of the Mountain

The Call of the Mountain By {author, [PDF] Read ☆ The Call of the Mountain : by Sam Neumann [PDF] Read ☆ The Call of the Mountain : by Sam Neumann - The Call of the Mountain, The Call of the Mountain Deep in the mountains of Colorado Julian Meyer has escaped his life The car horns are gone the suffocating city is gone and the Wall Street high rise and everything that came with it is gone The wi

  • Title: The Call of the Mountain
  • Author: Sam Neumann
  • ISBN: 9781515122159
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] Read ☆ The Call of the Mountain : by Sam Neumann, The Call of the Mountain, Sam Neumann, The Call of the Mountain Deep in the mountains of Colorado Julian Meyer has escaped his life The car horns are gone the suffocating city is gone and the Wall Street high rise and everything that came with it is gone The wife is gone The misery is gone He went west to escape a life he hated and Julian Meyer found solace in the tiny mountain town of Otter Ridge The pace is slower the skiesDeep

The Call of the Mountain

[PDF] Read ☆ The Call of the Mountain : by Sam Neumann [PDF] Read ☆ The Call of the Mountain : by Sam Neumann - The Call of the Mountain, The Call of the Mountain Deep in the mountains of Colorado Julian Meyer has escaped his life The car horns are gone the suffocating city is gone and the Wall Street high rise and everything that came with it is gone The wi The Call of the Mountain

  • [PDF] Read ☆ The Call of the Mountain : by Sam Neumann
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The Call of the Mountain

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  1. Julian Meyer wakes up one day and decides he is done with his life He remembers a childhood dream of a photo of the Colorado mountains he saw as a kid and says heck with it He quits his job as a Wall Street financial manager, just leaves his trophy wife, and heads west.Julian heads to Colorado, and crashes at his cousin s place He is taking hikes, soaking up the peace and quiet.Then he meets herd of course follows his wanker He is brought into the nearby mountain community Where the life is good [...]


  2. Escape the rat race Kiss the corporate world goodbye Live free in the Rockies with cool, quasi hippie people Enjoy the slow paced, scenic mountain community Make easy money to pay the rent What s wrong with this picture Julian Meyer quits his office job in Manhattan, drives west to the Rockies of his childhood dream, and finds peace but not for long The remoteness of a small, slow paced mountain town attracts bad people whose business is soul destroying than corporate work.Other readers complai [...]


  3. I have to be honest here with this review by prefacing that I didn t actually read the blurb before reading it I picked it up on a whim and didn t really look too closely at the genre or blurb so my expectations were very bare and I had no idea what I was walking into.The book starts off like any sort of mid life crisis y sort of tale Julian, our narrator, has left his cushy life for a rural mountain town Events unravel from there and it turns into a bit of a thriller The thriller part of it was [...]


  4. When I started reading The Call of the Mountain, I had finished Les Miserables I was looking for a lighter read, and I didn t want to into a book with any expectations I felt drawn into this story within the first several chapters As the plot progressed, I could make some assumptions I definitely thought that things were building up to an cult mentality and the drug cartel ring With an obsessive following to the show Dateline, I felt that some parts of the story could have been a part of their s [...]


  5. I was glued to this book for the first half Nothing a like a road trip after chucking away a miserable life in the big city to go to Colorado Ahah sucks you in right from the get go And you want this guy to succeed You re almost convinced he will succeed Thinking back on the book and it s the kind of book you will think about long after you read it , the main character just couldn t quite kick the money thing And I wanted him tobut, you know, I think the story needed him to fail a bit Fail he do [...]


  6. I really loved this book There were elements in the book that certainly fit the modern landscape of this world and there were things that force the reader to think about making huge life changing decisions, morality, and assessing one s true level of sanity in what can be described as a mindless and insane world I came away from it asking if the main character truly deserved to have the conclusion he ended up with It is a good question to have because I think that people will come up with differ [...]


  7. I love this book because I ve spent four years living near Boulder and constantly driving up into the mountains for one reason or another I absolutely loved going back there through Sam s narrative It s a good story but I found it to be slow moving It wasn t necessarily suspenseful and at times was totally predictable Full disclosure, I received this book gratis from NetGalley.



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