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Death Zone: Climbing Everest Through the Killer Storm Paperback – 2 Jul 1998
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"Dickinson's book reads like a thriller, pacy and exciting, [...] a real page turner" (The Guardian)
"A gripping account of filming - and surviving - in the death zone" (Mail on Sunday)
"Takes off like an F-16...After the first chapter I was starving for more and had trouble putting the book down" (Wanderlust)
A gripping and terryfying account of the fatal mission to climb Everest in 1996. Perfect for fans of extreme sports books and mountaineering adventures, including the prize-winning book documentary, Touching the Void.See all Product description
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As an armchair mountaineer I found the book deeply moving, and have so much respect for these highly skilled professional's.
Spellbinding, keeps you gripped to the end,
Brilliant read, well recommended to anyone with a hint of a sense of adventure!
Matt Dickinson scaled the higher reaches of Mountain Everest to the summit just days after a violent storm killed many other climbers on the mountain in May 1996. His book dispels any myth that the summit of Everest is now routine for adventurers.
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