Wednesday, August 23, 2017

New Book Review: Frostbitten on Canada’s Everest - Surviving Logan

by PearlAnn Reichwein

Fans of suspense and action in mountaineering non-fiction need to look no farther than Surviving Logan for a gripping read. In May 2005, a team of Canadian mountaineers was trapped by an extratropical cyclone on Mt. Logan (5959 m), Canada’s highest peak. This book, co-authored by Erik Bjarnason and Cathi (Bjarnason) Shaw, brings to life their survival in a non-stop page-turner.

Read more: Book Review in BCBookLook