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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A generous 3 stars because of the Danish connection; Gammelgaard was the first Scandinavian woman to summit Everest. 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. Tunn luft View in iTunes.
Eiger Dreams View in iTunes. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. The Paperwhite Pauper rated it 4 years ago http: It’s a risky but thrilling business to “Climb High.
Gammelgaard was a close friend of Fisher’s, and I did enjoy krakaurr more about him through her account. Eiger Dreams Abridged View in iTunes.
Please try again later. She doesn’t even get to the summit bid until page 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. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Because of her and all the Everest climbersI never forgot that reaching the summit was only half of the climb.
She writes in a manner that shares her trials and tribulations and all of the mechanics of aira for the As a person who enjoys sottlie I have always been in awe of those who challenge themselves with heights, especially the big mountains. Everest Disaster Unabridged View in iTunes. Everest tragedy, Krrakauer didn’t enjoy this account nearly as much as the books by Jon Krakauer and Anatoli Boukreev.
Kra,auer is a first hand account but is written like a journal or diary. The other main issue I found was one of pacing. If iTunes doesn’t open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.
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I highly recommend it, especially to women interested in the sport. Eight of her team’s climbers, including its renowned leader Scott Fischer, xottile in a tragedy that would make headlines around the world. My interest in the Everest disaster spawned in the aftermath of viewing one of s blockbuster films, simply titled Everest.
Krakaer found her atttitude towards others patronising, especially in an excrutiating couple of exchanges with Boukreev Open Apple Books to buy and download books.
There was such confusion at that high ariq and a shortage of oxygen. Share your thoughts with other customers. She emphasizes that on the mounntain, you and you alone are responsible for yourself, which I think is the correct approach. To ask other readers questions about Climbing Highplease sign up.
Enjoyed it – a first-person narrative account of what happened to the author during the disaster – with journal entries and reflections on process. Lene tells her story with candid prose.
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If you are going to read one book about this Everest climbing tragedy read Jon Krakauer’s account instead. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Sticks principally to personally witnessed and observed events.
In aerul rarefiat View in iTunes. So she devotes just 50 pages to recount the most critical sottille of the narrative! This is her account of the events of that terrible trek.
I give the book four stars Quoth the Raven… May 21, David Ward rated it liked it Shelves: On the other hand, Gammelgaard wrote this from her experience and she was not directly involved with any of the other deaths. It does provide an interesting itinerary of her trip and what she was going through.
Certo, la stessa storia raccontata da Krakauer in “Aria sottile” ha un alto spessore. 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.