"A vivid, intimate memoir that, with great clarity and attention to detail, tells an unforgettable survival story."
In 1996, the worst disaster in recorded Mt. Everest climbing history occurred when, due to a combination of factors, eight people died on a single expedition. This memoir is Kasischke's personal account of how he survived.
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