On Heights & Hunger

On Heights Hunger A lyrical memoir of athleticism and spirituality and the first personal account of professional tree climbing A sweeping muscular story about experiencing heights most readers can only wonder about

  • Title: On Heights & Hunger
  • Author: Josh MacIvor-Andersen
  • ISBN: 9781944853006
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • A lyrical memoir of athleticism and spirituality and the first personal account of professional tree climbing A sweeping, muscular story about experiencing heights most readers can only wonder about.

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    1. A resonant lyric memoir about such fascinating experiences as growing up as the son of a drummer in a Christian rock band, competitive tree-climbing, and meeting Jesus in a Waffle House. I loved listening to this title in audiobook form because the author reads it in the poetic contemplative manner it is intended to be read, which just further adds to its gentle power. MacIvor-Andersen's earnest reflections on faith and doubt and family and alienation and heights and hunger reflect honesty and v [...]

    2. The author's struggle in this book between the hunger of the self to matter and his own deep humility is inspirational. His portrait of his mother and his wife particularly, his trip to Russia, and his road trip with his sister are all deeply felt. This is the kind of first book where you know you're seeing the beginning of a remarkable writer.

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