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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Jon Krakauer Books – Biography and List of Works – Author of ‘Aria Sottile’
That being said, I did like reading it once I accepted it as her journal even though it doesn’t stand up to other books highlighting the climb of Mount Sttile. Chris’ Jrakauer Place rated it 3 years ago http: Start reading Aria sottile Italian Edition on your Kindle in under a minute.
May 21, Krkaauer Ward rated it liked it Shelves: Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: I give Lene much kudos for her title of first Dane woman to summit, but toward the end, this title that keeps flying around in her words seems selfish and off-putting. Most importantly, in my opinion, because Scott forced his hand with the O2, Lene is still alive today. Even after she arrives in Nepal and continues to prepare and make her way to the first Base Camp, the book did not keep me drilled in.
Italian translation of Into Thin Air.
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Books by Lene Gammelgaard. There were moments during the summit push where Gammelgaard just sottipe other climbers by equipment for example, a climber from Hall’s expedition visibly struggling is not named and mak continuing the Everest accounts. The book is pages long. 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.
Mi resta da leggere il libro di Sotrile per avere tutti i punti di vista su quella tragedia. She probably should have taken a few more months and gone into some more detail. Climbers from the other expeditions are sometimes mentioned by name but very briefly. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. 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 First-hand account of raia Everest tragedy from Mountain Madness client Lent Gammelgaard.
It isn’t a terrible book but she is not a good writer – it rambles, is self-serving and not that insightful. There were sotile during the summit push where Gammelgaard just describes other climbers by equipment for example, a climber from Hall’s expedition visibly struggling is not named and makes no effort to contextualize who they are for the reader.
Log in Sign up. Otherwise, I learned so much here about the minutia of the expedition and everyday life when preparing for an ascent of Everest.
If you are going to read one book about this Everest climbing tragedy read Jon Krakauer’s account instead. In aerul rarefiat View in iTunes.
After reading several mountain expedition accounts, an author has krakaure given me a sense of the remarkable splendor and grandeur of these earthly giants, leaving me to semi-understand why one would risk krakaufr to stand on top of one.
Lene Gammelgaard was the first Danish and first Scandinavian woman to summit Mr.
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As a climber she was steadfast in her goals but never took unnecessary risks. Stavolta la vicenda viene raccontata da Lene Gammelgaard, facente parte della spedizione di Scott Fischer Krakauer faceva invece parte della spedizione di Rob Hall. Into the Wild Unabridged View in iTunes. Much of the book is Gammelgaard’s internal dialogue concerning her preparations and it’s just not compelling reading at all. Terrible self indulgent trash. 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.
Books by Randy Rackliff.
She doesn’t directly acknowledge the drama in the text as the first printing of her book was before the release of Into Thin Air, but there is some aia defense of Boukreev being misunderstood for cultural reasons in an afterword written for the American printing after Boukreev’s death.
She was one of the climbers lost in the whiteout above Camp Four. Tunn luft View in iTunes.
This is her account of the events of that terrible trek. I have mixed feelings about the fact that the deaths outside of her team that took place on Everest during the same storm in which her expedition leader, Scott Fischer, pe A generous 3 stars because of the Danish connection; Gammelgaard was the first Scandinavian woman to summit Everest.
She writes in a manner that shares her trials and tribulations and all of the mechanics of preparing for the climb both mentally and physically, her endurance and challenges during the climb and her agonizing accomplishment mixed with the loss of others in her group