Best Read [Frank Scozzari] ☆ A Mile and a Half || [Biography Book] PDF ☆

By Frank Scozzari | Comments: ( 387 ) | Date: ( Jan 20, 2020 )

Two mountain climbers caught in a snow storm struggle for their lives.

  • Title: A Mile and a Half
  • Author: Frank Scozzari
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Frank Scozzari

Frank Scozzari was born in Bay Shore, New York He moved to California as a child, where he attended and graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo He now resides on the California Central Coast An avid adventurer, he hobo ed his way across America at age eighteen, twice trekked the John Muir Trail, backpacked through Europe, camel backed the ruins of Giza, jeep trailed the length of the Baja peninsula three times, globe trotted from Peking to the Paris, on to the White Nights of northern Russia, and once climbed Mt Kilimanjaro the highest point in Africa A five time Pushcart Prize nominee, his award winning short stories have appeared in numerous literary magazines including The Emerson Review, Berkeley Fiction Review, Tampa Review, War Literature the Arts U.S Air Force Academy , Pacific Review, Eleven Eleven, The Bitter Oleander, South Dakota Review, Minetta Review NYU , Hawaii Pacific Review, Ellipsis Magazine, The Nassau Review, The MacGuffin, Reed Magazine, The Broken Plate, Roanoke Review, and Short Story America, and have been featured in literary theater.

Comments A Mile and a Half

  • Sabrina Devonshire

    Two men caught in the high Sierras in perilous weather conditions struggle for their lives. The story is told through one man’s point of view. The story is short, but doesn’t lack in character development as you are immediately pulled in close to his thoughts and experiences. As he battles for his life, he’s remembering so many colorful life happenings—including hikes in the mountain with his father, a walk through a bamboo forest with a former girlfriend- and describing them in such a v [...]

  • Ava Armstrong

    Fantastic Read --- Gave me goosebumps! Whenever Frank Scozzari pens a short story, he leads the reader on a journey. Many of his short stories are about nature and man's place in it. Having been trapped in a blizzard on a mountain myself one time (it was Tuckerman's Ravine), I must say this is written with amazing realism. This tale is about two mountain climbers who make it to the summit as a ferocious storm descends upon them. The big decision must be made: ride the storm out, shelter in place [...]

  • Kristen Iten

    I do believe I have found a new favorite author. This short story truly displays Frank Scozzari's skill as a writer! In a very brief time he takes you on quite a journey. The pictures he paints with his words are vibrant and full of sights, sounds, and smells. I was easily able to put myself in the place of the main character. It was as if I could feel my joints stiffening in the cold while daydreaming of happier times, warm in the sunshine. This is the second book I've read by this author, and [...]

  • Dan Glover

    Two men caught in a surprise snowstorm on top of a mountain struggle for survival. Do they stay and trust that the storm will abate? Or do they attempt to walk out and chance being lost or worse? Author Frank Scozzari takes the reader along on a harrowing journey to the warmth of the valley below as the winds rage and their bodies slowly freeze. My only complaint is that the book is too short. Would love to see Mr. Scozzari fill out the story more fully. Definitely worth reading! Highly recommen [...]

  • Cheryl

    "It was nature that did the taking, and the greatest of all takers were the tall mountains."I used to live in the Sierras and author Scozzari captured the beauty and the ruthlessness of the mountains perfectly.Jagger and Rick are caught in a blizzard in the High Sierras and decide to try to get down the mountains to their base camp. Was this the right decision?The story made me want to put on a parka just reading it. Brrr!!NOTE: I received this story from the author in exchange for my honest rev [...]

  • R.D. Preston

    Takes you into the mind of what it takes to survive a snowstorm on a mountain. I thought it was great, makes you wonder if you would have what it takes to survive.

  • Denise Weldon-siviy

    Nicely doneThis is a nicely done story. Interesting imagery. I hope to read further works by this author in the future.

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