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The Kid Who Climbed Everest: Thew Incredible Story Of A 23-Year Old's Summit Of Mt. Everest (Anglais) Broché – 1 novembre 2004

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The Kid Who Climbed Everest Author featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show See the author's interview with Oprah: http: //oprah/tows/pastshows/200701/tows_past_20070131.jhtml THE KID WHO CLIMBED EVEREST is a tale of courage and determination. Bear's quest for funding for his expedition, his seventy days on Everest's southeast face, and a narrow brush with death after a fall into a crevasse at nineteen thousand feet, mak Full description

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Book, a must read! 10 juillet 2010
Par Dave Pearson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Let me start by saying I thought this book was excellent. I've read about all there is when it comes to Everest and this is not your typical Everest book. Bear, best known in America for the TV show Man vs. Wild, does an excellent job bringing you into his climb of the worlds highest peak. What the "other" Everest books always seemed to lack, in hindsight, was humor, something this book has no shortage of. Probably one of the most interesting and favorite parts of the book for me were his descriptions of the mountain. He does a great job painting the picture of what he sees, something I've always thought the big name Everest writers have lacked. His descriptions of the view (top to bottom) and the western Cwm/South Col really helped me envision a place I will likely never see. Bear is a storyteller and it shows in this book. As I said before, I found the humor a pleasant surprise and I found myself laughing out loud on numerous occasions. But Bear also knew how to bring the book to a serious point when the story called for it. His story is amazing and inspiring. Do yourself a favor and buy this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bear is the Man! 30 octobre 2009
Par Matthew Morine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I love the show "Man vs. Wild." The star of the show is Bear Grylls. As I was looking through the local book store, I noticed this book by Bear about climbing Everest. I love two things, Bear's survival in the harsh conditions and Everest stories. It seemed like a book I would love. The book starts with a little background information. Bear (which is a nickname) was in Britain's special forces. But an accident in which bear was parachuting out of the plane, and his parachute did not open completely and he broke his back; this caused him to get out of the military. He was doing little until he was asked to climb Everest. This was his motivation to start life again. The book journeys into the heart of the high country. This is dangerous territory, and a unforgiving landscape. The account is interesting and scary at times. There are close calls, sickness, and weather that is going to stop everything. But in the end, Bear makes it. He was the youngest Briton to do so. Though I might never climb Everest, these books always provide for me some powerful inspiration to climb the mountains that I travel. Bear is the man!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Inspirational and honest 1 février 2010
Par Of Ghosts and Wizards - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have read this book several times and never fail to be drawn into it. Bear is a fascinating man in his own right, but getting the whole, unabridged account of his Everest climb is a blessing. He's perfectly willing to share the bad with the good, from mistakes that were made to the truth of those last few steps to the summit itself. His modesty and honesty are refreshing. If it's bravado you're looking for, you won't find it here, and that's one of the many things to appreciate about this book.

It's well-written, funny, emotional and intriguing.

I can only hope that people read it for what it is and not what they expect it to be. I see a few reviews here that tell me some people went into it hoping for something (though what, I'm not sure) and were irritated that they didn't get it. This book deserves to stand on its own and not be compared to others. It is what it is-- a wonderful tale of a real man, with doubts and fears and weaknesses, who just wanted to accomplish a dream.

I thank him for sharing it with us.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not exactly literature, but a good account of what goes into the effort of climbing Everest. 11 septembre 2013
Par Andrea Raisfeld - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Not the best writing (whoever edited it was asleep a lot of the time, as there were grammatical and spelling errors throughout) HOWEVER, I found the details of the experience fascinating, as I always do when it comes to stories about climbing Everest. I will read every book on the subject to continue to convince myself that I NEVER want to do it myself!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Everest Account 22 avril 2009
Par Amazonier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This account of Grylls' climb is interesting and captivates the reader who is interested in adventure mountaineering. Reading this book coupled with watching Everest Beyond the Limit Reality TV series helped give me an appreciation of the mountain and the difficulties that it presents to climbers. Grylls has a casual tone that guides the reader on a exciting trek up the biggest mountain in the world. This made an excellent vacation read for me. Recommended.
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