In college a group of four young men establishes a tradition: every year, they come together for a week-long trip in search of adventure and distraction. They travel around the world to go hiking, biking, or kayaking. They call it their Man Mission, a sacred ritual dedicated to new experiences and friendship.
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.
“5 out of 5 stars”
–Foreword Clarion Reviews
“A fast-moving, fresh, multi-faceted story of exploration”
–Louise Herron AM, CEO, Sydney Opera House
“5 out of 5 stars – Uliel writes with a poignant perspective reminiscent of Kerouac“
–Readers’ Favorite Reviews
“A candid account of a man’s viewpoint–4 out of 4 stars”
“Lively and well-told”
–Blue Ink Review