Between a Rock & a Hard Place – Book Review

This is a very early attempt at writing book reviews. It’s still a work in progress.

Aron is very descriptive of the landscape. He describes every single detail of the trails, rocks, cliffs, mountains and scenery. I recommend reading the definition part of the appendix before beginning the book. This will give you a better understanding of the terminology that he uses throughout the book.

After he introduces his accident, he goes into flashback mode and talks about his childhood. He does an OK job of building his character. You understand the kind of person he is, and the thoughts that go through his head during his life-threatening situation start to make sense.