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  1. Ron J Stefanski
    July 30, 2018

    Coombe provides a prescient review that distills the narrative arc of Auvinen’s memoir into its most essential truth— that great memoirs are rarely exclusively about the story at hand. In this case, traversing mountain life in relative solitude is only the backdrop for a more reflective hike into the more rugged terrain of human relationships and the sometimes harrowing climbs and jumps they force us to navigate.


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