MEN AGAINST THE CLOUDS by

MEN AGAINST THE CLOUDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It has been done a good many times and better. But -- for those who like books about mountain climbing, here is another. Four American youths tackle Minya Konka, the highest peak in a range north of Everest, and scale it. This is the story of the expedition, told by two of the number, a story of an expedition taken as high adventure, with a camouflage of scientific interest in the birds and fauna and in the accurate measurement of the height. Illustrated with 32 pages of photographs. A good natured, natural sort of book, which young people will probably enjoy more than the more serious accounts.

Pub Date: May 1st, 1935
Publisher: Harper