A father-and-son memoir about a bookworm and a firefighter, a creature of contemplation and one of locomotion, the recollections of a child's journey from infancy to just before his wedding day set against an increasingly treacherous mountain climb.
The theme is timeless: What's left for a father to tell and to give his son when that son has already become his own man?
I am a Sicilian born in Scotland raised in America. I'm a trained singer, a martial artist, and a mountain climber. I speak three languages, worked as an investment advisor for a decade, and have been married for thirty years. I've written three novels, a book about the stock market, several short stories, a collection of poetry, and numerous articles and essays.read more
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