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Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Disaster A bank of clouds was assembling on the not so distant horizon, but journalist mountaineer Jon Krakauer, standing on the summit of Mt Everest, saw nothing that suggested that a murderous storm was bearing down He was wrong The storm, which claimed five lives and left countless including Krakauer s in guilt ridden disarray, would also provide the impetus for Into Thin Air, Krakauer s epic account of the Maydisaster

10 thoughts on “Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Disaster

  1. Cassy Cassy says:

    Life got you down Then join us on a guided expedition led by Capital Idiocy Inc. as we climb to The Summit of MOUNT EVEREST For the bargain price of 65,000, 1 we will take you on the adventure of a lifetime full of scenic views, 2 camaraderie, 3 and athleticism 4 Worried that you l

  2. jessica jessica says:

    i havent left my house in 37 days and i think its finally getting to me because, after reading this, i immediately thought,climbing everest sounds like funits official ive gone insane.___________________________i feel beyond guilty for finding so much fascination with what was the m

  3. karen karen says:

    RELEASE THE KRAKAUER seriously, it is time to just raze everest and be done with it already i mean, it s big and impressive but it is just taking up all this room and killing people so why do we even need it any can t we just get over it really, i think it has reached its peak and is

  4. Brigette Brigette says:

    I recently attended the Banff mountain film festival in Canada One of the key speakers was Simone Moro, the close friend of Anatoli Boukreev, the climber who was killed in an avalanche several years ago on Annapurna and whom Krakauer pretty much vilifies in this book as not having don

  5. Petra-X Petra-X says:

    Into Thin Air or Injustice of many kinds on the Mountain.Until almost the end this book was exactly as I expected it to be with just one exception It was the story of a journalist climbing Mount Everest both as a journalist and as a mountaineer Ideal getting paid to do your hobby It wa

  6. Steve Steve says:

    Note to self take climbing Everest off bucket list.

  7. Matt Matt says:

    T he sort of individual who is programmed to ignore personal distress and keep pushing for the top is frequently programmed to disregard signs of grave and imminent danger as well This forms the nub of a dilemma that every Everest climber eventually comes up against in order to succeed y

  8. Michelle Michelle says:

    This is not a review I don t feel like writing a review for this book, but I feel like I should at least say something about it because I did enjoy it I mean, it did make me utter Jesus Christ out loudthan one time, and I don t often talk to myself while I am reading a book I almost want

  9. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    This book suddenly became very relevant no less than TEN climbers have died this week 18 25 May 2019 on Everest The reason for this horrible turn of events is given as inexperienced guides leading inexperienced climbers combined with the usual weather restrictions leading to these ghastly

  10. Kelly (and the Book Boar) Kelly (and the Book Boar) says:

    Find all of my reviews atEverest has always been a magnet for kooks, publicity seekers, hopeless romantics, and others with a shaky hold on realityWelcome to one of Kelly s creepy obsessions Advance apologies this might get rambly Okay, so I m totally obsessed with all things Everest and CA

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