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The first novel set in the world of modern professional skateboarding, Top of Mason is an adventure story about a young man dealing with a break up and a late-20s identity crisis, intersecting the worlds of skateboarding, contemporary celebrity, and homelessness. All the characters are fictional, but the story is inspired by Walker Ryan's love for San Francisco and his appreciation for the many unique individuals he's met through skateboarding.

©2020 Walker Ryan (P)2021 Walker Ryan

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Took me back

Damn this book made me feel like I was in SF skating. The narrative is a emotional ride of highs and lows that, despite being fiction, most people could imagine actually going down in the City. Thoroughly enjoyed and plan to listen again in a couple months.

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Great romp!

Days later, I am still in the afterglow of this book. What a fun romp in San Francisco! All the places that I know so well but in a world that I don’t know at all.
The characters were compelling – nicely drawn with their unique flaws and strengths.
I loved getting an insight into the world of skate boarding and into a millennial’s head. Great storytelling and great narration…