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Summiting Everest: How a Photograph Celebrates Teamwork at the Top of the World (Captured World History) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-01-11 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0756547342
LANGUAGE:English

"I enjoyed this story for the science behind the climbing rather than the "teamwork at the top of the world" though that was featured heavily. I appreciated the Berne stopped to discuss the extreme nature of mountain climbing to the highest point in the world and what happens to a normal person versus climbers and how to avoid any of it (if you can) if you were at that altitude. The secondary focus especially in showing appreciation for the Sherpas who do the hard work of lugging, planning, and organizing in their climatized environment did show the teamwork involved and the camaraderie especially when lives are at risk. Some pictures captured the dangers both hidden and in plain sight that affect morale and survivability.

Certainly informative.
" said.

"I enjoyed this story for the science behind the climbing rather than the "teamwork at the top of the world" though that was featured heavily. I appreciated the Berne stopped to discuss the extreme nature of mountain climbing to the highest point in the world and what happens to a normal person versus climbers and how to avoid any of it (if you can) if you were at that altitude. The secondary focus especially in showing appreciation for the Sherpas who do the hard work of lugging, planning, and organizing in their climatized environment did show the teamwork involved and the camaraderie especially when lives are at risk. Some pictures captured the dangers both hidden and in plain sight that affect morale and survivability.

Certainly informative.
" said.

"I enjoyed this story for the science behind the climbing rather than the "teamwork at the top of the world" though that was featured heavily. I appreciated the Berne stopped to discuss the extreme nature of mountain climbing to the highest point in the world and what happens to a normal person versus climbers and how to avoid any of it (if you can) if you were at that altitude. The secondary focus especially in showing appreciation for the Sherpas who do the hard work of lugging, planning, and organizing in their climatized environment did show the teamwork involved and the camaraderie especially when lives are at risk. Some pictures captured the dangers both hidden and in plain sight that affect morale and survivability.

Certainly informative.
" said.

"I enjoyed this story for the science behind the climbing rather than the "teamwork at the top of the world" though that was featured heavily. I appreciated the Berne stopped to discuss the extreme nature of mountain climbing to the highest point in the world and what happens to a normal person versus climbers and how to avoid any of it (if you can) if you were at that altitude. The secondary focus especially in showing appreciation for the Sherpas who do the hard work of lugging, planning, and organizing in their climatized environment did show the teamwork involved and the camaraderie especially when lives are at risk. Some pictures captured the dangers both hidden and in plain sight that affect morale and survivability.

Certainly informative.
" said.

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