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High Exposure: An Enduring Passion for Everest and Unforgiving Places

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In an absorbing memoir that goes beyond the 1996 Mount Everest disaster, world-renowned adventurer and mountain climber Breashears details his career ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
bgr1

Fantastic - a treasure.....

by bgr1 on Jan 7, 2010

This was the 4th mountaineering book I read about two years ago and now I'm on my 51st. Breshears got me hooked! I consider myself to be a "vicarious" mountaineer. The other-world life these climbers lead and dedication and endurance amazes me. Besides which, I'm learning so much about geology and our living earth!

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Atljv

Action Packed Thriller

by Atljv on Mar 4, 2008

This is a terrific book which draws you into David Breashears' world. You follow his development from young rock climber to world class mountaineer and filmmaker. You also see his development as a person, all while drawing you into that exclusive club of mountaineers. He makes you feel his passion for the mountains he so loves. You learn how he combined that passion with the art of cinematography, making him an award winning filmmaker. You live through the 1996 tragedy on Everest with him, and feel the compassion that he has for those who died on the mountain under such tragic circumstances. The narrative is always compelling and informative, making the book a hard one to put down. His compassion and sensitivity towards those who did not fare well on the ill-fated 1996 Everest climb is palpable, and for his assistance to those who needed it, even though it put him and his expedition in jeopardy, he is truly an unsung hero. This is, without a doubt, a man who leads by example. David Breashears writes beautifully of his experiences and his book is a must read for all climbing enthusiasts, as well as for those simply interested in the human condition. This is a book that is simply too good to pass up.

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