THE CLIMB By Boukreev Anatoli | Tragic Ambitions On Everest

THE CLIMB By Boukreev Anatoli | Tragic Ambitions On Everest

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Several expeditions attempted to travel to Mount Everest in the road to the south-east in May 1996. The surroundings were chaotic and 23 people and women, including the members of the party, were trapped in a vicious blizzard late on the day. Deso...

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Several expeditions attempted to travel to Mount Everest in the road to the south-east in May 1996. The surroundings were chaotic and 23 people and women, including the members of the party, were trapped in a vicious blizzard late on the day. Desoriented and oxygen-free, escalators have struggled to find their way to security. Anatoly Bukreev spared many climbers from such accidents by himself and by climbing blind. This truthful and violent description contains the transcript of the debriefing of Mountain Madness, reported five days after the disaster, and G. Answer to Jon Krakauer from Weston de Walt. 'Mighty.' A brisk breath of bitter clarity, sometimes. Boukreev did the one thing that denies the void. He took action. He chose danger, and he saved lives.' New York Times Book Review 'The best book I've read this year .. The Climb has a story that will grip and haunt you.' Alex Garland, author of The Beach and The Tesseract.

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