Aria Sottile J Krakauer. 2 likes. Book. Aria Sottile J Krakauer. Book. 2 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for Facebook to get started. Sign Up. Krakauer è tra i fortunati che sono riusciti a ridiscendere «la Montagna». Aria sottile è molto più che la cronaca di quella tragedia; oltre ad offrire un punto di vista. Results 1 – 10 of 10 Aria sottile, Una tragedia del nostro tempo raccontata da un grande scrittore by KRAKAUER Jon and a great selection of related books.

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It’s incredibly sparse in its recounting of the heart of the tale, devoid of critical facts, and steers far clear of any commentary on many issues and questions of greatest interest, with only a handful of hints and inferences.

I would give this a 7 out of 10 for enjoyment and a 4 out of 5 for readability.

Nov 11, Lynda rated it liked it. However, it doesn’t focus on much else. I think the author did a good job of portraying what it is like to climb this beast, from the good days to the bad days. Harrowing and yet totally fascinating.

Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Much of the book is Gammelgaard’s internal dialogue concerning her preparations and it’s just not sottiile reading at all.

I highly recommend it, especially to women interested in the sport. I wanted to read about a woman’s experience on Everest, particularly during the season so well written about by others particularly Krakauer.

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If you are going to read one book about this Everest climbing tragedy read Jon Krakauer’s account instead. Having experienced hiking in altitude and minimal climbing; I find it impossible to imagine dealing with extreme temps and extreme conditions high above sea level.

Re-read June I have a suspicion that Krakauer might be a bit of a jerk in real life, and I will admit I sometimes wonder why many of his books have a strong me bit. Embrace the Misery Unabridged View in iTunes. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. She was one of the climbers lost in the whiteout above Camp Four. Still, the sad, intense story of one of, if not THE deadlist climbing seasons ever grips your heart.

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It isn’t a terrible book but she is not a good writer – it rambles, is self-serving and not that This book is nothing like “Into Thin Air” which was a really good, gripping tale of the Everest Tragedy.

A Personal Account of the Mt. May God rest the souls of those who perished that day. Enjoyed it – a first-person narrative account of what happened to the author arix the disaster – with journal entries and reflections on process. Gammelgaard was a close friend of Fisher’s, and I did enjoy learning more about him through her account. I enjoy books about climbing so much that I tend to overlook poor writing or editing. I was not especially interested in reading about the tragedy on Everest, but I still liked this book.

Share your thoughts with other customers. One thing that bothered me, though it is extremely minor in the grand scheme of things, I’m transgender so I feel li Didn’t add anything to my knowledge of or voracious interest in Everest and other high peaks, and doesn’t capture the “women’s experience” as well as, for example, Arlene Blum in “Annapurna”. Wrong krrakauer address or username.


Although I tremendously enjoy reading about the Mt. She probably should have taken a few more months and gone into some more detail. Meru View in iTunes.

Dinosauri – Ray Bradbury, Lidia Perria, They begin at Base Camp over a month before actually attempting to make it to the summit, and during this time they are moving up and down between different camps to get their bodies to get used to the cold and low amounts of oxygen. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Krakauer includes the history of Mount Everest along with the day-to-day events of his expedition, w Books by Lene Gammelgaard.

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It’s incredibly sparse in its recounting krakayer the heart of the tale, devoid of critical facts, and steers far clear of any commentary on many issues and questions First-hand account of the Everest tragedy from Mountain Madness client Lent Gammelgaard.

Everest tragedy, I didn’t enjoy this account nearly as much as the books by Jon Krakauer and Anatoli Boukreev. Three Cups of Deceit View in iTunes. This is her account of the events of that terrible trek. Open Preview See a Problem? Only a break in the storm for an instant saved any of them. Mar 05, Jessica Dally rated it really liked it. To ask other readers questions about Climbing Highplease sign up. It does provide an interesting itinerary of her trip and what she was going through.

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