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The Mountain Shadow. Gregory David Roberts. One remarkable journey. In July , ultramarathon legend Scott Jurek smashed the world record for running the Appalachian Trail, the sprawling mountain path that runs nearly the entire length of the United States. For nearly seven weeks straight, Jurek battled the elements to run, hike and stumble 50 miles every single day. A tale of mind-boggling physical exertion, pressure and endurance, North reveals the extraordinary lengths to which we can push our bodies and our minds.
His story of plunging into the wilderness in pursuit of a dream is both heartwrenching and spellbinding. An immersive and engaging book. North is tremendous. When Scott Jurek went into the woods to create his masterpiece, no one knew if he would make it back out again. But this time, Jurek was pushing himself into realms more dangerous than Death Valley, more treacherous than Mexican canyons, and only slightly less crazy than the time he chased after a wild bear.
By mile 2,, he was a hollowed-out, broken-down carapace of a person. And unless he found something, some way not just to keep going but to speed up, he was going to miss the record. Over those final miles, I watched him dig deeper than I thought humanly possible: Is he crazy?
Or is he superhuman? An extraordinary athlete. But tackling the Appalachian Trail forced him to dig deeper than he ever had before.