Clouds from Both Sides: An Autobiography
The story of Julie Tullis, who began her career as a renowned mountaineer at age 38 and became the first British woman to climb an 8,000-meter Himalayan peak. 24 black-and-white photographs, 10 maps and charts.
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Review: Clouds From Both SidesUser Review - Goodreads
What a tale of courage, determination and bravery. ...Bravo Julie !!. I wish you could have lived to write up the last chapter of your biography. She says mountains are like people. Each mountain has ...
Review: Clouds From Both SidesUser Review - Snicketts - Goodreads
I read this years ago and enjoyed it. As I recall it was quite liberal with the gory details of mountaineering. I also remember the shock as the author's narrative ended to be replaced by the reports of her death and the impact it had on her family. Touching, harrowing and very interesting. Read full review