Cabin Pressure by Josh Wolk audiobook

Cabin Pressure: One Man's Desperate Attempt to Recapture His Youth as a Camp Counselor

By Josh Wolk
Read by Johnny Heller

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9.37 Hours 1
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Entertainment Weekly scribe Josh Wolk has also had his work appear in other major publications such as the New York Times. Faced with the ultimate step into adulthood, Wolk returns to the summer camp of his youth before walking down the aisle. His beloved campgrounds have remained remarkably the same, but Wolk finds that he has grown bafflingly out of touch- and is as intimidated as a shy camper in the face of supermacho co-counselor Mitch.

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Entertainment Weekly scribe Josh Wolk has also had his work appear in other major publications such as the New York Times. Faced with the ultimate step into adulthood, Wolk returns to the summer camp of his youth before walking down the aisle. His beloved campgrounds have remained remarkably the same, but Wolk finds that he has grown bafflingly out of touch- and is as intimidated as a shy camper in the face of supermacho co-counselor Mitch.

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Editorial Reviews

“A few months before his impending wedding, before the full weight of adulthood descended upon him, Entertainment Weekly senior writer Wolk realized he needed to take some time and get reacquainted with his younger self. He returned to the summer camp where he spent some of the best weeks of his life, both as a camper and as a counselor. A lighthearted take on the whole you-can’t-go-home-again theme, his memoir is like the best bits of a whole bunch of summer-camp movies (remember Meatballs? or Indian Summer?) mixed together. Not that it’s just a rehash of stuff you have seen before: Wolk puts a new spin on his perennial topic, observing camp life from the point of view of someone who knows what it was like 20 years ago and who is in the position to compare the boy he used to be with the man he is today. Sometimes poignant, but mostly just very funny, Wolk’s reflections will get readers thinking about maybe, just maybe, taking one last plunge into childhood before it’s too late.” Booklist

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Author Bio: Josh Wolk

Author Bio: Josh Wolk

Josh Wolk is a producer and writer, known for Tasty Thing, Graduation and Oceanside. He writes for Entertainment Weekly.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Nonfiction/Humor
Runtime: 9.37
Audience: Adult
Language: English