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Summary

On the anniversary of the day his best friend, Byrd, had a tragic accident on the mountain that had been the boys' paradise and escape, Wolf Truly reaches for the summit again with the intention of not coming home. But Wolf meets three women in the cable car on the way up from Palm Springs and finds himself agreeing to help them get to a mountain lake.

As the weather suddenly deteriorates, the group is stranded on a lethal ridge, and the lights of the city twinkle below, so close and yet so terrifyingly far away. Those who will survive the ordeal will do so through a mixture of bravery, determination, and self-revelation.

©2015 LLMT, Inc (P)2015 Simon & Schuster, Inc.

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plat not bad, writing pathetic

The plot’s not all that bad, thee characters are varied and in one case, somewhat annoying. The performance is okay, the writing is terrible. All I said and she said. Just simply pathetic. With such an abundance of language it never fails to amaze me just how limited the vocabulary of authors is and how stupid they obviously are when they can’t choose a word more appropriate for waht they’re attempting to covey. I don’t know if i can even finish this thing.