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It was very hard to put this book down once I started reading it.
In No Shortcuts to the Top, Ed Viesturs has given us an excellent account of what it is like to attempt to climb all of the world's peaks over 8,000 meters in height.
I highly recommend you this book if you are into Mountain Climbing and stuff, or if you like to read that sort of books.
This book had some really good parts and others drug on and were a struggle to get through.Published 7 days ago by Heathertster
I absolutely loved this book. I have no intention to follow in Ed's footsteps, but learned much from his philosophy and outlook. What an incredibly humble and thoughtful man. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Pete
Second time I bought this book - Its a great read. A tad confusing if you're trying to keep it in chronological order as it jumps all around - none the less, worth reading. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Heisman
Here is another great story about life in the Himalayas!
Between its covers you'll find determination mixed with discipline and dreams!
I highly recommend this book!
Excellent story about a life well lived. The story doesn't require any kind of background in climbing to understand, and at the same time gives a great picture of what daily life... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. R.
Viesturs heeded the call to drop his veterinarian career and devote his life to scaling the world's highest peaks--all without supplemental oxygen. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RachelB