The Mountain

The Mountain

by David Antonelli

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BN ID: 2940044555280
Publisher: David Antonelli
Publication date: 05/25/2013
Series: Andrassy út , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 531,211
File size: 254 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

David Antonelli was born in Chicago in 1963. He was educated at The University of Alberta, Oxford, Caltech, and MIT. In 2010 he published his first novel The Narcissist, followed by The False Man in 2011. His film credits include Inbetween (2008), which was nominated for awards at several international film festivals, Finding Rudolf Steiner (Documentary, Official Selection Calgary International Film Festival 2006, now available on DVD), Lucifer Gnosis (short), Forever (16 mm short), Dreaming (16 mm short, named in top three at the Montreal International Student Film Festival, 1989), La Toyson D’Or (16 mm short), and The Chalk Elephant (16 mm short). He currently lives in Cardiff and teaches at the University of Glamorgan.

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The Mountain 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this book. I recommend it to everyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a more than worthy follow up to the first novel in this series - a story about war and its affect on relationships as much as it is the personal path of self discovery for the protagonist...great writing too! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This short book is a bout 100 pages long. It is well edited. I did not enjoy it very much. It is about an American couple with marital problems, fleeing ftom soldiers in Croatia and trying to walk to Hungrary. Along the way a renegrade soldier joins them and a series of unfortunate events ensue. This book was not for me. I did not care for many things about it, including the lack of a satisfactory ending. Some violence besets the two, there are several murders, which were not very descriptive. No sex or cursing. But there were sexual referances and talk of adultry. I found this book to be most unsastisfactory and do not wish to recommend it to anyone. Readers should be 18 and up. All I can say is read it for yourself, perhaps you will enjoy it more than I did. This simply is not the genre for me. AD