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Into Thin Air

A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Disaster

by Jon Krakauer

Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer
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  • First Published:
    May 1997, 416 pages
    Paperback:
    May 1998, 378 pages

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Scott (05/11/03)

A few parts were not as interseting as others but overall the book was suspensful and exciting.
Natalie (04/03/03)

I loved this book, I couldn't put it down !!!!!
AJ (02/09/03)

I had to read this book for english class and wasnt really interested in the story. As i kept reading it, I couldnt put it down. It was slow and boreing in the beginning but later it was cool. Read this book people its good.
matt (02/08/03)

this book was awesome!!!!!
Scott (01/16/03)

This book was great. It was deppressing and the fact that it really happened gives you a little shiver.
jill (01/13/03)

Boring and depressing
Bob McDonald (11/13/02)

A bit slow in some parts, but overall a fantastic story.
Brady Bob (11/11/02)

Im a teen and there are to many hardcore words so this book is getting a rateing of 1 out of 5 its a horrible book and borring as hell

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