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Read & Download Ascent (Peak, #3) ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ A few months after returning from Afghanistan Peak Marcello is in Myanmar visiting Alessia Myanmar has been in the grips of a brutal military regime for than fifty years but recently the government has allowed tourists to enter   While there PWed tourists to enter   While there Peak is invited to climb Hkakabo Razi one of the most isolated mountains in the world to discover the exact elevation of the mountain But getting to the mountain will i. Do you like to go on adventures If yes then this is the book for you This is the third book of the series and it was really good Also if you like books where you wonder “what is going to happen next” and you want suspense and adventure starting from the first chapter then you will like The Ascent In this story all sorts of unexpected things happen Each book has a brand new adventure so you don't necessarily have to start with book one but starting from book one PEAK can help you get to know the characters better The Ascent takes place in a deep jungle in Burma where Peak Marcelo a 15 year old mountaineer wants to summit a mountain I recommend this book because all sorts of unexpected things happen and it is really fun to read Also there is always something new that's going to happen and not so much stalling at one scene Also the story uses very strong imagery so while reading you can picture the environment and what the characters are going through So does this interest you This book is really fun to read and isn't boring Do you want to find out what happens Do you want to know if Peak Marcelo makes it or not Or you can always start with book one and work up from there

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Nvolve a four week trek through tropical rain forests rife with hazards from venomous reptiles and leeches to corrupt police and military In the end summiting Hkakabo Razi may be the easiest thing Peak does. Ascent by Roland Smith 228 pages Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2018 18Language G 0 swears; Mature Content PG; Violence PGBUYING ADVISORY MS ESSENTIALAUDIENCE APPEAL HIGHPeak Marcello is back eying the ascent of a relative mystery mountain Hkakabo Razi one of the highest in Asia but also one of the most remote Peak is traveling with Alessia whom he has feelings for and her bodyguard Ethan In order to get to the mountain Peak and his fellow travelers have to navigate the rain forest which turns out to be as dangerous as the ascent itself Roland Smith skillfully weaves Peak’s adventures with enough description that I wanted to swat at bugs in the rain forest and get a cup of hot tea on the mountain The characters are likeable and the pacing is great This book could stand alone though it is the third book in the series If you do read it first you will want to go back and check out the other two Michelle in the Middle Teacherhttpskissthebookblogspotcom2018

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Ascent Peak #3A few months after returning from Afghanistan Peak Marcello is in Myanmar visiting Alessia Myanmar has been in the grips of a brutal military regime for than fifty years but recently the government has allo. Copy provided by Young Adult Books CentralAfter their disastrous climb in The Edge Ethan Alessia and Peak are looking for some adventure that is a bit safer Ethan is now Alessia's bodyguard appointed by her mother who is now the ambassador to Myanmar When they learn about Hkakbo Razi an alpine mountain on the border with China they are intrigued especially since it's never been accurately measured It seems like an uncomplicated journey so they take off but soon run into trouble They have a porter Lwin and his elephant but both of them are unreliable and a little bit dangerous When Alessia has to spend some time in a village fighting malaria the group runs into Nick Freestone a botanist who is collecting samples In exchange for the climbers' help in obtaining samples from trees he offers to take them to the mountain They let Lwin go but he's not happy and soon the military is on the group's tail looking for Lwin who had killed his girlfriend with a sling shot and stolen the elephant They manage to pay them off and get on their way Freestone visits a friend who is a trader and this friend take Peak to visit a high powered somewhat shady but ultimately decent businessman Chin He was also a mountain climber and offers them a new battery for their satellite phone and help if they run into an emergency There are no shortage of challenges on the trail sabotaged bridges a reappearance of Lwin but also some unexpected help from old friends When they reach the mountain after their difficulties there is still plenty to overcome even when Peak's father makes a surprise appearance Will all of them survive what turns out to be a treacherous climb than is expectedI don't have any desire to ever climb a mountain or travel in space and books like these are part of the reason why Smith has so many fantastic sometimes gross details of how hard an experience this would be From being eaten alive by bugs in the rain forest to having to eat bugs and the occasional roasted python Ascent is a vivid description of parts of the world students will probably never travel I have to say that I side with Peak I'd still be wearing long nylon pants hoping that it keeps me from getting even bug bites Peak's struggles with his past especially letting another climber pass him in Peak and the precarious relationship he has with his father add a layer of emotional depth that will appeal to slightly older readers His sweet off and on romance with Alessia as well as their support of one another through difficult times is also a nice touch The different groups that the climbers run into are interesting as well from corrupt Burmese soldiers who take bribes as a matter of course to Chin whose help ends up being invaluable to old friends from the past who show up for mysterious reasons In some ways it's unlikely that Peak would run into so many of them but some like the father of one of the PEACE climb members who died add a nice sense of closure and make for a very rich storyThe first Peak Marcello adventure Peak came out in 2007 and has been a huge hit every year with my readers I'm going to need to buy yet another copy because it is worn out With this third book Peak's adventures have become a series that readers who love Gilman's The Devil's Breath and Pam Wither's books about extreme sports will go through at a pace fast enough to outrun an avalanche