[Audiobooks] Sixty Meters to Anywhere (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Brendan Leonard, Brian Hansbury, Blackstone Audio, Inc.: Audible AudiobooksAuthor Brendan Leonard – Circuitwiringdiagram.co

When Brendan Leonard moved to the West at age , he was a mess He had a tenuous grip on sobriety, only six months after his last drink had landed him in yet another jail cell It was the final mistake in a long list that included multiple arrests, wrecked cars, broken bones, fistfights, and ruined relationships In Montana, he took his first steps into the Rocky Mountains, unwittingly beginning a decade long obsession with climbing and a journey that would take him all over the West and Europe Told with unflinching honesty and vulnerability, Sixty Meters to Anywhere is the memoir of a barstool storyteller who left the bar and found adventure, redemption, and a life that almost never happened


10 thoughts on “Sixty Meters to Anywhere (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Brendan Leonard, Brian Hansbury, Blackstone Audio, Inc.: Audible Audiobooks

  1. rosalind hawes rosalind hawes says:

    It is rare to find an author willing to be honest about themselves without embellishment or ego Leonards writing style is uncomplicated, he doesn t over describe the reality he is conveying and this lends his narrative a beautiful humility Regardless of whether you are into climbing or not this is a heart wrenching heart warming auto bio of facing yourself and surviving.


  2. ajwatts ajwatts says:

    A heartfelt story about a pretty awesome guy Honest and not self aggrandising If you like Semi Rad.com and listen to the Dirtbag Diaries much of this will be familiar but a good read.


  3. Richard Tetley Richard Tetley says:

    good price


  4. biorganicenergy.co Customer biorganicenergy.co Customer says:

    Great read you get dragged into the story and at times forget the author experienced it all first hand


  5. biorganicenergy.co Customer biorganicenergy.co Customer says:

    I always enjoyed Brendan s writing style, as he mixes in humour beside some pretty heavy topics, without ever diluting the impact.Sixty Meters focuses on his hardships with alcoholism and his discovery of climbing It s honest, witty, and helps to bring back a bit of humanity into the idea of addiction.A suggested reading for anyone who s found a bit of salvation in climbing


  6. Adele Bachelu Adele Bachelu says:

    It is a gift for a friend who really wanted this book so I m sure it is great


  7. Andrea Benton Andrea Benton says:

    not bad, if were a rock climber it might have gotten stars..


  8. Jamie J Waldron Jamie J Waldron says:

    Read it, loved it.


  9. biorganicenergy.co Customer biorganicenergy.co Customer says:

    Great book Honest Well written.


  10. marc-antoine vezina marc-antoine vezina says:

    good book