3 edition of Into the Air found in the catalog.
Into the Air
August 2002 by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media .
Written in English
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KRAKAUER JON - INTO THIN definition beyond the sway of reasoned argument. The plain truth is that I knew better but went to Everest anyway. And in doing so I was a party to the death of good people, which is something that is apt to remain on my conscience for a very long time.
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