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Peak By Roland Smith

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Transcript of Peak By Roland Smith

Peak By Roland Smith
FONTS
Simile: “Peak climbing Mt. Everest, was like a person learning how to ride a bike.” This means that at first it was hard for him like someone just learning how to ride a bike, but once he kept going, it got easier.
Metaphor: “Success for Peak wasn’t just given, it was earned.” This means Peak wasn’t just given success on climbing the mountain. But that he had to earn it. It wasn’t because his dad gave it to him. He had to work himself, to climb Mt. Everest.
Quotes

My favorite quote from this book is: “You can never tell you the mountain will allow and who it will not.” Other quotes are, “The only thing you'll find on the summit of Mount Everest is a divine view. The things that really matter lie far below.” "You don't have to be alone to feel alone.”
I always felt like Peak did. You never know how life will be. You never know what’s going to happen. You will always have surprises. I also felt when he thought he couldn’t do it, is like when I thought I couldn’t learn something like a song in chorus. But then, we both tried harder at it, and eventually learned how to do both of them.
Review
I really liked this book. I would recommend this to people who like adventurous books. This is a very exciting book. I finished this book in one day. I picked it up and never wanted to stop reading it. It was a fast reading book. I would give this 5/5 stars!
Summary
Mt. Everest
Them climbing Mt. Everest!
Personal Connection
The book is about a 14-year-old boy named Peak Marcelo. Peak gets arrested for climbing the Woolworth Building in Manhattan, New York and spray painting it. He was then arrested. It finally came down to the judges decision. The judge finally decides to let Peak go. But there is one requirement, he must go with his father out of the country to Tibet.

When Peak and his dad Joshua, a famous mountain climber, go to Thailand, His dad has big news for Peak. They are going to climb Everest! Thats means his dad’s climbing company, Peak Experience, can receive more business for sending the youngest person to climb Everest.

They then meet some new people along the way. They mostly meet 2 characters. A Buddhist monk named Zopa, and Sun-jo, a young Nepalese boy. Then Peak and his dad find out that Sun-jo is Zopa's grandson. Also that he is only a few days older than Peak. They all go climbing Mt. Everest together. They have different points of the mountain that the stop at. They have all difficulties. Finally Sun-jo and Peak make it 10 feet from the top. But wait! Will Peak and Sun-jo make it to the top? Will one of them get hurt? Will this climbing adventure be a waste? What will happen in the end?
Read Peak to find out!
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