Addicted to Danger: Affirming Life in the Face of Death, a Memoir

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Demco Media, Jan 1, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction
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Mountain climber Jim Wickwire looks back at the tragedies, successes, and failures that have spanned his thirty-five year (and counting) career. Most importantly, he ruminates on the idea that he continued -- and continues -- to climb, in spite of the constant threat of death, because he is addicted to danger.

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User Review  - nhoule - LibraryThing

The book provides enough action and mountaineering exploits to keep you engaged. I am a mountaineer and ice climber and read quite a few of these types of books. One thing the book did was paint a ... Read full review

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User Review  - dickcraig - LibraryThing

Great book from a mountaineer I have been following locally for a long while. Not the edge of the chair reading, but enjoyable. Read full review

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