Review by Priyanka Kumar -- Man Mission by Eytan Uliel

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Review by Priyanka Kumar -- Man Mission by Eytan Uliel

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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 by Eytan Uliel is a wonderful experience. I mention reading this book as an experience due to the fact that, the reader gets to travel to 15 different places all around the world. The title of the book impressed me a lot, I was excited to read their journey.

Man Mission is a journey of four friends, who decide to take a vacation every year. Their idea of vacation is not to relax on a countryside or get tanned on a beach, they want to push their limits and do either kayaking, mountain climbing, trekking or hiking etc. The main goal of Man Mission is to stay away from the busy world we live in and to enjoy nature to its fullest. Their journey is not only to test their limits, it is also to escape all the
stress from their work and normal life.

The book is a balance of family and work life of a person. The four friends are in university when they decide to take a vacation every year, fresh and young. As time goes by they get busy in their jobs and are held up with relationship matters. They are young adults during their first Man Mission. The places they select for Man Missions had to be approved by their girlfriends, so they had to make less dangerous choices. During their Man Missions they have encountered different animals from lion to shark. With 15 complete Man Missions, the four friends grew along with their journey.

Man Mission: Four Men, Fifteen Years, One Epic Journey by Eytan Uliel is not a regular book that one can read and forget about. It is a beautiful experience and everybody can relate to it. It is not only a book on taking a break from normal life, but it is full of emotions and realization of different stages of life that no one can deny. The balance of work and family, the emotional roller coaster a man goes through in his life, love, divorce, etc., can be seen. The derivative of the book is an alternating form of past and present, which gives
an overall story for each mission. I personally liked it cause it made me understand the current situation of each one of them along with their family situations. My favorite Man Mission was the one in Africa, where they encounter wild animals in their natural habitat.

I rate the book 4 out of 4 stars and definitely recommend to read it. The book is suitable for young adults, they can understand the journey of life and have a glance of life.
The book is also suitable for nature lovers, it can give them an opportunity to plan their next vacation. I did not find any typos or errors and the book is professionally edited.

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I just finished reading and reviewing the book and I, too, had the impression that the book is particularly suitable for young adults and twenty-something year olds. Reading it was a real pleasure!
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Having read this book too, let me say that your review covered the book very well. I like adventures and this is definitely my type of book. Thanks for the review
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