“Krakauer forcefully claims that Mortenson improperly used his charity’s funds and failed to build all the schools he says he did.” –Chicago Tribune
I just recently read Three cups of tea after finding it on my daughters bookshelf. It was an inspiring story, until I told her I was reading it, and she told me about this book! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Tom B.
Very interesting look into how people abuse and use the media system to their own advantage. Great quick read that makes you ask a lot of questionsPublished 5 days ago by sean
Wow. You do not want to piss off Jon Krakauer. Greg Mortenson has clearly done so. Once I cracked the cover, I couldn't put it down.Published 14 days ago by Cackster
I found this book while reading other people's reviews of Three Cups of Tea. I wanted to see if others had found the book as biased an unrealistic as I did. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Melanie D. Typaldos
Eye opening and should definitely read especially if you read
montenson's Three Cups of Tea .
Here again I was disappointed in the story about Greg Mortenson by Jon Krakauer. He wrote previously interesting stories literally
out of nothing and made them real. Read more
A bit of a slog. Read it after reading Krakauer's Into Thin Air, which was fantastic.Published 2 months ago by L. Shook
I had read Three Cups of Tea and was very impressed. How sad to find that Mortenson was just another con man.Published 2 months ago by Ray Deavours