Into thin air a personal account of the mt everest disaster is a 1997 bestselling non fiction book written by jon krakauer it details the authors experience at the 1996 mount everest disaster in which eight climbers were killed and several others were stranded by a rogue stormthe authors expedition was led by guide rob hall and there were other groups trying to summit on the same day . Into thin air is as much a meticulous detailing of this tragedy as it is a personal catharsis and he says may 10 1996 was a very very bad day to be climbing to the roof of the world on that day journalist and avid mountain climber jon krakauer reached the summit of mt everest with a group as part of a guided expedition. Into thin air a personal account of the mt everest disaster jon krakauer randy rackliff daniel rembert caroline cunningham anita karl on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers national bestseller a bank of clouds was assembling on the not so distant horizon. Looking everest in the eye into thin air is a personal account of jon krakauer who took on the ambitious task of climbing mt everest despite the fact that he is climbing with one of the best guides in the business the group still faces the many personalities of mt everest. Into thin air a personal account of the mount everest disaster g k hall large print book series large print hardcover on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers
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