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eBook õ Climbing with Mollie æ William Finnegan 2016 Pulitzer Prize winning memoirist of Barbarian Days William Finnegan had devoted his days to chasing waves as a lifelong surfer When his adolescent daughter Mollie proves to be a natural born climber Finnegan follows his newfound passion toward rock climbing It’s an arduous apprenticeship and it turns the parent child dynamic on its head as Mollie slips into the role of coach and mentor while her father has to push his limits to keep pace Finnegan takes listeners deep into the world of climbing–indoors and out from climbing gyms to rock faces in Central Park Mexico and Canada Mollie a wry and gentle soul who had shown no previous interest in sports grows into a ferociously gifted climber and she leads the way What begins as a hobby for the father daughter duo becomes an obsession as they start taking every opportunity to slip on their climbing shoes chalk up their hands and attack problems climber speak for routes They learn a new language of specialized moves and rock types they seek tougher climbs and forge new memories–not just muscle memories Through it all they add a new dimension to their relationship  As he and Mollie start climbing outdoors tackling harder and higher climbs the endeavor increasingly takes on another aspect danger which climbers call exposure Finnegan offers a candid and gripping look at risk fear and humility in the pursuit of a perilous hobby While he navigates the boundaries of trust and adventure as well as the far edge of his physical limits he reminds listeners that to fall is to be human This Audible Original includes an additional interview Finnegan did with his daughter Mollie for the story 

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Climbing with Mollie2016 Pulitzer Prize winning memoirist of Barbarian Days William Finnegan had devoted his days to chasing waves as a lifelong surfer When his adolescent daughter Mollie proves to be a natural born climber Finnegan follows his newfound passion toward rock climbing It’s an arduous apprenticeship and it turns the parent child dynamic on its head as Mollie slips into the role of coach and mentor while her father has to push his limits to keep pace Finnegan takes listeners deep into the world of climbing–indoors and out from climbing gyms to rock faces in Central Park Mexico and Canada Mollie a wry and gentle soul who had shown no previous interest in sports grows into a ferociously gifted climber and she leads the way What begins as a hobby for the father daughter duo becomes an obsession as they start taking every opportunity to slip on their climbing shoes chalk up their hands and attack problems climber speak for routes They learn a new language of specialized moves and rock types they seek tougher climbs and forge new memories–not just muscle memories Through it all they add a new dimension to their relationship  As he and Mollie start climbing outdoors tackling harder and higher climbs the endeavor increasingly takes on another aspect danger which climbers call exposure Finnegan offers a candid and gripping look at risk fear and humility in the pursuit of a perilous hobby While he navigates the boundaries of trust and adventure as well as the far edge of his physical limits he reminds listeners that to fall is to be human This Audible Original includes an additional interview Finnegan did with his daughter Mollie for the story