Review of Man Mission

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[Following is a volunteer review of "Man Mission" by Eytan Uliel.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Man Mission is a book authored by Eytan Ulielis. It's about four best friends: the protagonist, Sam, Daniel, and Alec, and their various tours together. The idea of the tour was insinuated first by Sam during their university days, but unfortunately for them, the way a student sees life is different from how life is. After graduating, things didn't go as planned; they were all busy facing the reality of life. It was not until a long time had passed that their long-hoped-for dream became a reality. The first tour was in New Zealand, with only the protagonist and Sam embarking on it; Daniel and Alec were too busy with work. After the tour in New Zealand came the tour in Japan, then Australia, then Iceland; each of their tours held memories of a series of events and the things they did and the trials they faced. Want to know about the fun things they did on those tours? Try reading the book and feel the thrill I felt.

The book has only 379 pages, but the lessons to be learnt are innumerable. I loved the bond the four friends shared. Their bond is close to unbreakable, with each of them supporting one another and staying together through tough times. That's a bond I would give anything to have. While reading the book, I thought, "Making Man Mission into reality wouldn't be such a bad idea."

Everyone is so focused on making solid cash that they forget the main reason for making that cash is so they can live freely. Taking a break from work, marriage, and even life is more effective than we think. We can learn a lot about nature and even ourselves by taking a break and going on vacation. Yes, the more the merrier, as this book demonstrated, but that doesn't mean you can't go on a trip alone.

It was a captivating book. I did not find a single error in the book. Instead, I was amused by how beautifully edited the book was and how detailed it was in assisting me with an accurate imagination.

As I already stated, I found no errors in this book. The book held my interest in every part. As a result, I rate the book four out of four stars.

I highly recommend this book to those who find adventure books fascinating and to those looking to understand what true friendship is all about.

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Post by Ellylion »

I believe the book is a captivating read about true friendship and adventures :) I would love to give it a try. Thank you for this insightful review!
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Post by sanjus »

An interesting adventure filled book "Man Mission" by Eytan Uliel, which follows four friends who go on a adventure tour around the world and their experience with it. Thanks for your insightful review that appeal me to read this book.
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Post by Kyrian007 »

Seems like an interesting book. the statement you made in your review "The way a student sees life is different from how life is". This is a very captivating statement.
Thanks for the review.
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