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Interesting read. I had no idea steph had climbed in so many places, and styles. Her descriptions of her past marriage are also interesting.Published 2 months ago by Todd Jager
VERY INTERESTING. QUICK READ. INTERESTING TO READ ABOUT SOMEONE WHO BREAKS FROM THE MAINSTREAM AND DOES REALLY FAR OUT ADVENTURES AND ACTUALLY LIVES LIFE. INSPIRING, FOR SURE.Published 6 months ago by Chris Davis
She gives the reader some insights into her soul life.
The climbing stories are a bit standard after having read sveral opf these "rockstar-books", but well... Read more
I loved reading this book. It's a selection of stories from Steph Davis' adventures, culminating in her free ascent of the Salathe wall. Read morePublished 11 months ago by James Harrison
It is amazing book about amazing women!
One of the best climbing books I have red ever.
thanks for that...
I loved this book, and her new book Learning to Fly is even better. Steph Davis is an inspiring woman who tells a series of short stories about her exciting life filled with all... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Anne Tolene
Interesting view of climber motivation and drive. Not too much bravado, nor heavy female sensitivity. enjoyable read.
I'd recommend it to a friend.
I ordered this book last week and received it just in time for prime rainy weekend reading. First off great book. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rudi Garmisch
Steph Davis is not only a very great climber and alpinist, but she is extremely friendly. Always direct, frank and genuine, she goes from one adventure to another, in short and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Eric Vola