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Wonderful insight into the mind of Anatoli Boukreev. It is a study of Russia and a great man!Published 3 days ago by mikey
Anatoli is best known in the US for his actions during the 1996 attempt on Everest. Jon Krakauer in particular has some bad things to say about Anatoli. Read morePublished 17 days ago by John W. Matney
Anatoli is widely considered one of the greatest mountaineering athletes of all time and this intimate look into his view and accomplishments is surprisingly poetic, thoughtful and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by jake maymudes
Anatoli Boukreev was one of the world’s greatest high altitude mountaineers. He reportedly summited over two hundred 5,000+meter peaks, and 30 times reached the tops of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by timcon1964
I love this book. My favorite piece in it, which I can't stop rereading, is "Chogori, The Siren's Song," about Boukreev's 1993 climb of K2 with a small group of German... Read morePublished 3 months ago by T. Hover
This book is permeated with attempts to clean Anatoli from allegations over the Everest disaster. Well, what if the reader has no interest in Everest disasters? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Badlome
A great ready by a super author about a giant of man who was one of the finest mountaineers of his generation.Published 5 months ago by Mansel Kersey
An very enjoyable book about one of the great all-time climbers.Published 6 months ago by Ronald Allen