Push On: My Walk to Recovery on the Appalachian Trail (Paperback)
Reading this book may cause the following side effects: you may feel the urge to sell all your possessions. You may abandon your family and friends and wander alone in the wilderness for months at a time. You may learn the meaning of "free spirit." Complications may include tremendous weight loss and the development of muscles you never knew you had. You might also meet incredible people, make friendships that last a lifetime and have experiences unlike any you've ever imagined.
When Niki Rellon fell 45 feet from the side of a Utah mountain in 2013, she thought she was going to die. She didn't, but the devastating injuries she suffered may well have put an end to her thrill-seeking outdoor lifestyle.
But Niki is tougher than that. Not only did she bounce back, stronger and more determined than ever, but she took on a challenge which defied the odds and had many friends, family and medical experts advising against it.
Now you can read Niki's incredible story in, Push On: My Walk to Recovery on the Appalachian Trail. It is the memoir of her horrific injury, the revitalization process and her ultimate recovery on one of the longest walks in North America, just 14 short months after her accident.
If you've ever wanted to read a story which will inspire you and motivate you to believe in yourself, get your copy of Push On today. It may just change your life.