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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Krakauer includes the history of Mount Everest along with the day-to-day events of his expedition, w The Paperwhite Pauper rated it 4 years ago http: Jan 08, Diane Robinson rated it really liked it.

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However, it doesn’t focus on much else. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. A Personal Account of the Mt. Get to Know Us. Leni was a member of Scott Fisher’s Everest expedition team that was caught during the stor I really enjoyed this book from the first Danish woman to climb Everest.

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She mentions some of the other climbers and the leader, Scott, but mostly in a very superficial manner. It’s a quick read, but likely not worth the time unless you’re deeply engrossed in that tragedy and seeking to cover the bases of as many points of view as possible. Lene’s wasn’t kraoauer best written or engaging account but i appreciate her accomplishment and her perserverence, raia led her to still be with us today. It was lazily written – much barely edited journal writings. I love reading expedition stories.


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

Eight of her team’s climbers, including its renowned leader Scott Fischer, perished in a tragedy that would make headlines around the world.

Stavolta la vicenda viene raccontata da Lene Gammelgaard, facente parte della spedizione di Scott Fischer Krakauer faceva invece parte della spedizione di Rob Hall. Refresh and try again. Compounded by a bad storm, a traffic jam and climb who were not physically able to scale the mountain,this was a recipe for disaster.

Mar 06, Lizeth rated it it was amazing. This book is her story of the tragic climbing year when there were 12 deaths. After the Fall Unabridged View in iTunes. I found her atttitude towards others patronising, especially in an excrutiating couple of exchanges with Boukreev It mostly reads like a series of diary entries.

Into the Wild View in iTunes. 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. In i vildmarken Sottjle in iTunes. The tone of the book seems very self-congratulatory. Lene Gammelgaard was one of the hikers that made the summit on that fatal trip.


Bad writer or translatorjudgemental and annoying person. Affascinato dal libro di Krakauer sulla tragedia dell’Everest del ho deciso di leggere anche gli altri resoconti di quella sciagurata spedizione. Dec 30, Anna rated it did not like it Shelves: It is a first hand account but is written like a journal or diary. I felt it was poorly written and very disjointed.

Descent to Mars Unabridged View in iTunes. 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 the Everest tragedy from Mountain Madness client Lent Gammelgaard.

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Missoula View in iTunes. Enjoyed it – a sotrile narrative account of what happened to the author during the disaster – with journal entries and reflections on process. Its main flaw is how self-centered Gammelgaard is. 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, perished, were ignored.