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I thought this book was really good and inspiring For each mountain Jordan climbed he became stronger and ready to climb the next one He accomplished his dream by 15, and I recommend this book to anyone who likes goals coming true or and adventure. Ill do it later I really enjoyed this book usually I minto fantastical, science fiction, and contemp Books but I ve been trying out non fiction and autobiographies too lately and have been really liking some of them The thing that I really like about this book was the way it made me feel It gave me the sense that I could do anything I set my mind to and I loved how inspirational this book was, not to mention how cool it was to see a 13 y old climb Mt Everest I mean honestly it was a rude lemme tell I really enjoyed this book usually I minto fantastical, science fiction, and contemp Books but I ve been trying out non fiction and autobiographies too lately and have been really liking some of them The thing that I really like about this book was the way it made me feel It gave me the sense that I could do anything I set my mind to and I loved how inspirational this book was, not to mention how cool it was to see a 13 y old climb Mt Everest I mean honestly it was a rude lemme tell ya Anyways, as far as this autobiography went, I really recommend It was really cool Imagine yourself on the peak of mount Everest, high enough to observe the curvature of our planet, and looking out at the amazing view from the top of the earth Well, Jordan Romero, the youngest person to climb the Seven Summits, knows what that feels like and he wrote a book about his adventures The book No Summit out of Sight is a first person, nonfiction book about Jordan Romero s adventure climbing the Seven Summits The Seven Summits are the tallest mountains on each of the seven contine Imagine yourself on the peak of mount Everest, high enough to observe the curvature of our planet, and looking out at the amazing view from the top of the earth Well, Jordan Romero, the youngest person to climb the Seven Summits, knows what that feels like and he wrote a book about his adventures The book No Summit out of Sight is a first person, nonfiction book about Jordan Romero s adventure climbing the Seven Summits The Seven Summits are the tallest mountains on each of the seven continents, including Mt Vinson in Antarctica Interestingly, there are actually eight summits included in the Seven Summits because people argue over which mountain, Kosciuszko or Carstensz Pyramid, is the highest peak on the Australian continent Jordan s way of describing things really makes the reader feel like he is right there with him Jordan is currently touring around the United States climbing the tallest peak in all fifty states He is also talking to children in many different schools about following their dreams Jordan s book is filled with adventure and Jordan leaves nothing out of the story, not even all the dead bodies lying on mount Everest I thoroughly enjoyed his book and it truly inspired me to get out of my comfort zone and to do something great No Summit out of Sight is a very inspirational and moving book, considering that Jordan climbed Mt Everest at age thirteen Jordan is uniquely qualified to write this book because he is the youngest person to summit Mt Everest Jordan wrote this book to tell his story, to inspire readers to follow their dreams, and to live a healthy lifestyle Jordan writes from the standpoint of an average boy, but tells a very unique story The beginning is a bit slow, but, he introduces things well Jordan describes his life, his parents, and how he decided he wanted to be climb the Seven Summits He also talks about how his parents and his community helped raise money for him to achieve his goal Jordan does achieve his goal of encouraging his readers to follow their dreams because he demonstrated how he and his family were normal and yet he achieved such a difficult goal.The tone of the book is very relatable, even though Jordan has done something that can be difficult to relate to Jordan speaks like an average teenager He doesn t use formal, academic language Jordan is very relatable because he also describes how difficult his journey could be at times, and how he wanted to quit That is something most people can relate to.Every section of the book starts out with a section that lists the name of the mountain, the average number of climbers per year, the date in which Jordan summited, how old he was, and whether it was a world record for youngest climber There are pictures in the center of the book of Jordan usually with his step mom and dad Each picture contains a small caption explaining where they were climbing when the photo was taken The pictures are very interesting and make the whole book seemreal The photos bring to life each mountain and each climb I am still amazed at how much love and support Jordan receives A whole parade of people from his community support Jordan and cheer him on He also receives so much support from climbers from all around world that he meets on mountains He even received support from the judge that he had to get a permit from in South America to climb Mt Aconcagua The only people he doesn t get support from are the people on social media and the internet Of course, it is so easy to criticize someone anonymously.I couldn t pick just one part of this book to be my favorite, I love almost all of it But, I really like the moments when Jordan is really descriptive, especially on top of Everest I also love the funny moments, like when he randomly starts playing ping pong with a russian who doesn t speak english on Mt Everest I enjoyed how Jordan describes the size of the peak of Everest as no bigger than your average dinner table He also describes how you can see the curvature of the Earth from that high up Jordan informs the reader about a temple in Everest and the ritual of good luck that the monks practiced, which I thought was very interesting I also love how Jordan leaves nothing out of the story, especially not the bad He talks about the different bodies that were lying around the trails of Mt Everest Jordan also talks about how at times he was crying from how exhausted he was, and also how, at times, he wanted to quit and give up on his dream If I had to have a least favorite part, I would probably choose the beginning because it s a bit slow and boring compared to the rest of the book, and that s probably the only thing I d change about it too I really enjoyed reading this book and I highly recommend it to anyone.This book is about the adventure of Jordan Romero achieving his goal, which was to climb the Seven Summits The Seven Summits include Kilimanjaro, Kosciuszko, Elbrus, Aconcagua, Denali, Carstensz Pyramid, Everest, and Vinson Not only did Jordan achieve his goal, but he was the youngest person to ever do it, climbing Everest at age thirteen and finishing his journey at age fifteen on Mt Vinson in Antarctica The book No Summit out of Sight is the story of his adventure climbing these mountains This book is very good and Jordan doesn t use big words, so anyone can read it After reading this book, the reader can really imagine himself standing with Jordan on all of these mountains This book is filled with descriptive details, funny moments, sad moments, scary moments, and inspiration And the best part is, it s all true this is about a boy thats dream is to climb 8 summits he was little and he started by hiking on trails he gets older with the help of his parents he continues to go all around the world to climb all of the summits he struggles and is weakened by the harsh conditions but he manages to climb all of the summits and achieve his goal. Wow, wow, wow A fifteen year old kid climbing the seven summits Is that awesome or what And another thing to wow overI am reviewing a non fiction book That is almost a first I think I have reviewed a non fiction book before As for the title, yes, No Summit Out of Sight is not the full title No Summit Out of Sight The True Story of the Youngest Person to Climb the Seven Summits is the correct and proper title I just didn t want that to be my post s title it is quite a mouthful The Wow, wow, wow A fifteen year old kid climbing the seven summits Is that awesome or what And another thing to wow overI am reviewing a non fiction book That is almost a first I think I have reviewed a non fiction book before As for the title, yes, No Summit Out of Sight is not the full title No Summit Out of Sight The True Story of the Youngest Person to Climb the Seven Summits is the correct and proper title I just didn t want that to be my post s title it is quite a mouthful The book is super good I really enjoyed reading it, and couldn t wait to read about him climbing to the summit of each mountain The cover is wonderful He is above clouds I mean, I have climbed Copper Peak in Michigan and thought that I was high up which I really was But, I can t imagine being literally on top of the world Four stars This is truly an inspiring story I would like to give this book five stars For it being a non fiction book, I enjoyed it a lot.Title No Summit Out of Sight The True Story of the Youngest Person to Climb the Seven SummitsAuthor Jordan RomeroAuthor s Website N A This review is written in my own opinions and words .Read ⚖ No Summit out of Sight: The True Story of the Youngest Person to Climb the Seven Summits ♫ Jordan Romero climbed Mount Everest at age thirteen and he didn t stop there In this inspiring young adult memoir, he tells how he achieved such great heightsOn May at the age of thirteen, American teenager Jordan Romero became the youngest person to climb to the summit of Mount Everest At fifteen, he became the youngest person to reach the summits of the tallest mountains on each of the seven continents In this energizing memoir for young adults, Jordan, now seventeen, recounts his experience, which started as a spark of an idea at the age of nine and, many years of training and hard work later, turned into a dream come true Coming home he tells how he achieved such great heightsOn May at the age of thirteen Disciples Literal New Testament American teenager Jordan Romero became the youngest person to climb to the summit of Mount Everest At fifteen Thủy tiên đã cưỡi cá chép vàng đi he became the youngest person to reach the summits of the tallest mountains on each of the seven continents In this energizing memoir for young adults Viimeinen ruusu (Renate Kress, Jordan Spirou und Fantasio (BILD-Comic-Bibliothek, now seventeen Europe recounts his experience Reason and Romance (River Valley, which started as a spark of an idea at the age of nine and Neurologische Arbeiten, Vol. 2 many years of training and hard work later Τηλεπικοινωνιακά συστήματα turned into a dream come true A feel good and encouraging story about setting goals and accomplishing dreams Not everyone can climb the seven summits plus one , but Jordan Romero makes it clear in his memoir that learning, support, and drive are essential to setting life goals, no matter how small. No Summit Out of SightBy Silas MontanaAuthor Jordan RomeroIf you have not read the book No Summit Out of Sight, what are you doing Jordan Ramirez the author wrote this book with so much passion and detail This book is amazing Jordan Romero started to become interested in mountains when he was just 8 years old He tells his parents all about how he wants to climb the seven summits His dad and stepmother are fortunately very well trained athletes that are able to do stuff like climb mounta No Summit Out of SightBy Silas MontanaAuthor Jordan RomeroIf you have not read the book No Summit Out of Sight, what are you doing Jordan Ramirez the author wrote this book with so much passion and detail This book is amazing Jordan Romero started to become interested in mountains when he was just 8 years old He tells his parents all about how he wants to climb the seven summits His dad and stepmother are fortunately very well trained athletes that are able to do stuff like climb mountains They tell Jordan all about what you need to do to climb the seven summits I believe the main theme of this story is all about perseverance Jordan Ramirez is the definition of this word He always works hard and fights when he struggles At a point he was broken and felt like he had failed Jordan toughened up and completed what he thought he couldn t do Now that is perseverance When I found out I had to read books over the summer, I thought it was a bummer After I read the book, I instantly knew it was not going to be bad When I read the first chapter of the book, I knew how much Jordan Romero was fighter and a hard worker I love how much he grows and matures throughout the book My favourite character in the book is Jordan Like I said, he is just a hard hard worker Jordan felt like someone who would be a great friend of mine This is because I like hopeful and hardworking people An example of Jordan being hopeful is when he feels defeated, but he puts his head up and puts on a smile That is being hopeful My favourite part of the book is when him and his family almost go to jail It was really scary when this happened I don t want my favourite character to be in jail One thing that I did not like about this book is that some parts in the story got really slow An example would be when Jordan had to train to climb the big mountain It just got kind of boring Although there were some boring parts of this book, I really like it overall.The end of this book is not really a cliff hanger, but it is really awesome and powerful I mean, it s so cool and inspiring It makes me think that one day maybe I could do something as cool as Jordan It would be amazing for me to be able to achieve such a huge goal.Overall, I love this book so much Although it is long, it is worth it to read There are so many moments in this book that are just so inspiring I honestly can t compare this book to any other book I ve ever read It is so unique, and it s amazing I love this book so much I just can t say it enough This book certainly deserves to be read I recommend this book to people that love adventurous and daring things It s incredible This book was a slam dunk for me Reading it in the weeks leading up to probably the most difficult mountain climb of my life must have been an inspired decision Jordan Romero tells how, from ages 10 to 16, he reached the top of every continent For someone who doesn t know a lot about mountain climbing, this book is a look at an entirely different subculture The reader is immersed in both climbers world and young Jordan s head You can t help but root for him, and the ending is uplifting t This book was a slam dunk for me Reading it in the weeks leading up to probably the most difficult mountain climb of my life must have been an inspired decision Jordan Romero tells how, from ages 10 to 16, he reached the top of every continent For someone who doesn t know a lot about mountain climbing, this book is a look at an entirely different subculture The reader is immersed in both climbers world and young Jordan s head You can t help but root for him, and the ending is uplifting though it might not have been if it weren t for good planning, persistence in following a dream, and a whole lot of luck