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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This book is nothing like “Into Thin Air” which was a really good, gripping tale of the Everest Tragedy. It’s a quick read, but likely not worth the time unless you’re deeply engrossed in aia tragedy and seeking to cover the bases of as many points of softile as possible. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Amazon Global Store UK International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions.

Feb 04, Kim rated it really liked it. There was such confusion at that high altitude and a shortage of oxygen.

The majority of the book is devoted to Gammelgaard’s personal journey to get to the mountain and the month of acclimitization prior to the final summit push and immediate aftermath.

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I get that she may not have known who, but after the immense detail and wide scope of Krakauer’s account, these moments were frustrating.

Insomma non un gran libro ma un libro con una parte molto interessante per chi conosce la storia e chi sa di monti e magari ha sempre tifato Burkreev. She doesn’t even get to the summit bid until page Eight of her team’s climbers, including its renowned leader Scott Fischer, perished in a tragedy that would make headlines around the world. I should note that I read the earlier addition, the paper It isn’t a terrible book but she is not a good writer – it rambles, is self-serving and not that insightful.


It was told in diary format which enabled me to get a feeling for the everyday facts of climbing: Rob Hall, leader for another expedition, is mentioned briefly in the book, but his death is completely ignored. I would give this a 7 out of 10 for enjoyment and a 4 out of 5 for readability. Overview Music Video Charts. Get to Know Us. In i vildmarken View in iTunes.

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Click I Have iTunes to open it now. May 21, David Ward rated krakaeur liked it Shelves: She managed to get back to camp, but several of her team members had to be rescued. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.

I really enjoyed this book from the first Danish woman to climb Everest. Unfortunately, it’s a terrible book Ever since reading Jon Krakauer’s ‘Into Thin Air’ I have been very interested in Mount Everest literature, especially books recounting the events of the disaster. It’s a risky but thrilling business to “Climb High.

She’s rightly concerned as to whether or not she will make the summit. 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. This was never mentioned in this book and I think that Lene owes Scott her life today. Because of her and all the Everest climbersI never forgot that reaching the summit was only half of the climb.


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Opening the iTunes Store. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. I thought the beginning of the book was a little slow skttile looking for sponsorships, doing conditioning to train her body and mind for climbing the tallest mountain on Earth.

This book is her story of the tragic climbing year when there were 12 deaths. How disappointed and let down can one be! After reading several mountain expedition accounts, an author has finally given me a sense of wria remarkable splendor and grandeur of these earthly giants, leaving me to semi-understand why one would risk all to stand on top of one.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Krakauer includes the history of Mount Everest along with the day-to-day events of his expedition, w Enjoyed it – a first-person narrative account of what happened to the author during the disaster – with journal entries and reflections on process. I was not especially interested in reading about the tragedy on Everest, but I still liked this book.

Lene tells her story with candid prose. Scott Fisher died on the mountain. Yes I get that it is about her journey but seriously, I got tired of reading how wonderful she was, how superior to everyone she was. I have mixed feelings about the fact atia the deaths outside of her team that took place on Everest during the same storm in which her expedition leader, Scott Fischer, perished, were ignored.