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Following Atticus [Audiobook] Middle Aged, Overweight, And Acrophobic Newspaper Editor Tom Ryan And A Little Dog Named Atticus M Finch Are An Unlikely Pair Of Mountaineers But After A Close Friend Dies Of Cancer, The Two Pay Tribute To Her By Attempting To Climb All Forty Eight Of New Hampshire S Four Thousand Foot Peaks Twice In One Winter While Raising Money For Charity In A Rare Test Of Endurance, Tom And Atticus Set Out On An Adventure Of A Lifetime That Takes Them Across Hundreds Of Miles And Deep Into An Enchanting But Dangerous Winter Wonderland An Unforgettable Saga Of Adventure, Friendship, And The Unlikeliest Of Family, Following Atticus Is An Inspiring Tale Of Finding Love And Discovering Your True Self.

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  1. says:

    5 I have not written reviews of books I read prior to joining GR In this case I wish to make an exception, although it s of a homage.My husband and I read this one out loud together over morning coffee It is still one of the best human reinventing his life with his dog books I have ever read I continued to follow Tom and Atticus adventures through their blog and Facebook page Anyone who loves dogs especially miniature schnauzers , hiking, or heartwarming, life affirming adventures would love this story Not long ago just prior to setting out on another trip, Atticus, the dog, fell seriously ill with a stroke While seeing to his care, Tom, the human, was unexpectedly hospitalized with a heart attack and complete loss of kidney function Recently his kidneys, again unexpectedly, returned to full function and he was released and reunited with his beloved companion A few days ago a picture of the two of them taking a gentle walk in the woods was posted.Today it was announced that Tom held Atticus for the last time this evening as his vet put an end to the...


  2. says:

    How can one help but love this 20 pound furbaby This powerhouse known as Atticus M Finch love that , Little Buddha, or Little Giant in and around his home town of Newburyport, MA, led his best friend Tom Ryan hiking the White Mountains of New Hampshire, making history one winter summiting over 48 peaks in honor of a friend who had died of cancer As Atticus and Tom reached each peak, they would pause at the summit and bond while gazing out at the beauty of the landscape They grew famous and beloved through news of their treks, by the amazement at a small dog s ability to accomplish such feats and overcome adversities Through the power of their friendship, light prevailed over darkness when tragedy struck.I first learned of this dynamic duo watching an Animal Planet special several years back Then I read a heartbreaking review of the book following Atticus passing last year The audio book is narrated by Tom Ryan New England accent and all Who knew that Newburyport was pronounced New Breport Atticus M Finch change...


  3. says:

    I don t usually read animal books and have no idea why this book got my attention but I surely am glad it did I don t have a dog and haven t wanted one, even though my friends say I need one for company I always say, No, I would rather not have anything to be responsible for My time away from work is my own Well, Tom Ryan you have almost changed my mind Tom Ryan took a chance on getting a dog and it changed his outlook Then Tom went on a journey Following Atticus and it changed his whole life This very amazing journey make me laugh and cry sometimes at the same time What is the book about I d say it is about frien...


  4. says:

    It s like looking into the face of God is Tom s response as to what he sees when he and his little dog Atticus climb the rugged peaks of New Hampshire s 4000 footers For Tom, and for his readers, the climb is than an exciting adventure filled with difficult terrain, wildlife, and fearsome weather the climb is about discovering who we were meant to be and how to find and nurture the inner self that leads us there I met Tom and Atticus on a trail one cool September morning in 2006 I had begun hiking the summer before as a way to heal my own wounds and to confront my own demons The mountains had given me peace and self confidence and in Tom and Atticus I found fellows on the same journey Through the years I followed Tom s mountain writing and it felt like windows into my soul He saw the mountains not as athletic pursuits or challen...


  5. says:

    The author s strong MA accent may have hindered my enjoyment of the book, but for whatever reason, I thought the book would never end It s a nice little story, I suppose, but it s inflated to the point of self indulgence, melodrama and sentimentalit...


  6. says:

    I wanted to read something lighter and chose this book because of the high rating and good reviews on Goodreads Have to say this book is not for me.Part autobiography Tom and part biography Atticus the dog the book tells the story of the author who gets hooked on hiking and hooked on having a dog, then forces the dog to go on what he himself admits are dangerous winter hikes There is another reviewer on here who said this book would have made a good magazine article and I agree with that Story was long and repetitive Here s the spoiler part of why I stopped enjoying this story I got tired of reading about views from mountains that changed everything for me I took a look and knew my life was changed forever Really It was OK to hike because you enjoyed the time alone with your dog But when his good friend dies whose funeral you didn t go to because they didn t want you to speak at the ceremony and I think out of guilt you decide to hike mountains in winter to raise money for a charity in her honor that is kind of OK, but then to set a random challenging goal and stop working to do it over the winter seemed a little self indulgent and odd to me Then to force a miniature schnauzer to do this, too There were a few occasions the dog refused to go on the hikes I think he was telling you something I mean, really did the dog have the option to opt ou...


  7. says:

    First off, I must say I was one of the very lucky people to receive an advanced copy of this book Tom Ryan has one of those gifts not given to all writers He has that gift of being able to play with your emotions within a short span of time He ll have you concerned, crying, excited, tense, crying again, yet smiling, and all before the chapter s end Tom has allowed us in to a world of what some might think make believe, but in the White Mountains of NH, there is no make believe it s all true It s dangerous, it s fascinating and to the right people, it s a very magical place Notice I say right people There are many who come to conqueor, but few who honestly find its true magic Well, Tom found his magic in the Whites of NH, yet did it by following his little dog named Atticus.Whether it s the mountains you enjoy, the hiking, the torment of sore feet, the enjoyment of the outdoors, the thought of following a little dog up some pretty big mountains against some substantial...


  8. says:

    Received my book and could not put it down So well written and moving, so honest without any nonsense that weighs it down A book that goes beyond all other dog books and is a guide for life Very well written, quite readable and soon to be a bestseller We have a home in the White Mountains of New Hampshire Tom s beautiful descriptions make me feel like I am there, even though I am stuck here in our boring Boston suburb instead Cannot wait to get back to the mountains this weekend He inspires me to get my out of shape 50 something body back on the move in the most beautiful place in New England that I, sadly, often neglect The book is a page turner from beginning to end A great book about hiking, a special dog, a change...


  9. says:

    This book was on the reader s choice table at the library, so I picked it up It s about the author and his little dog and how the dog impacted his life and how he came to get the dog It s a pretty good story At first, it s about how he got the dog and how they became a part of each other s lives and how Atticus taught him a lot about himself He s the editor reporter of his own newspaper in a small city Then he gets into hiking the mountains of New Hampshire, setting records in hiking all of the peaks over 4,000 feet in a certain amount of time, and Atticus loves the hikes I guess I need to go to New Hampshire, because there is no WAY you could climb 3 or 4 mountains HERE in one day, which he does So I have no frame of reference to understand what it was like Atticus develops health problems and the whole town and hiking community rallies together to help pay for his medical expenses It s a pretty good story, but not compelling The first 2 3 is good, and there are pictures But the last part of the book was just of the same, so I skimmed over it More c...


  10. says:

    Fortunate to have an ARC copy Loving it so far Great appeal here not just for hikers Animal lovers, those interested in family relationships, the small town newspaper business, and the ability and courage to make life style changes Should appeal to fellow middle agers out there that anything is possible if you persevere and follow your dreams Finished the book in october A fantastic read for peo...

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