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Blind Descent: The Quest to Discover the Deepest Place on Earth The Deepest Cave On Earth Was A Prize That Had Remained Unclaimed For Centuries, Long After Every Other Ultimate Discovery Had Been Made Both Poles By , Everest In , The Challenger Deep In In We Even Walked On The Moon And Yet As Late As , The Earth S Deepest Cave The Supercave Remained Undiscovered This Is The Story Of The Men And Women Who Risked Everything To Find It, Earning Their Place In History Beside The Likes Of Peary, Amundsen, Hillary, And Armstrong In , Two Great Scientist Explorers Are Attempting To Find The Bottom Of The World Bold, Heroic American Bill Stone Is Committed To The Vast Cheve Cave, Located In Southern Mexico And Deadly Even By Supercave Standards On The Other Side Of The Globe, Legendary Ukrainian Explorer Alexander Klimchouk Stone S Polar Opposite In Temperament And Style, But Every Bit His Equal In Scientific Expertise, Physical Bravery, And Sheer Determination Has Targeted Krubera, A Freezing Nightmare Of A Supercave In The Republic Of Georgia, Where Underground Dangers Are Compounded By The Horrors Of Separatist War In This Former Soviet Republic Read ✓ Longbow Girl By Linda Davies – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Long After Every Other Ultimate Discovery Had Been Made Both Poles By !!> Read ➶ On His Naughty List ➺ Author Jessica Jarman – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Everest In Read ➭ Fire Colour One Author Jenny Valentine – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk The Challenger Deep In In We Even Walked On The Moon And Yet As Late As [PDF / Epub] ☉ Invisible Wounds Author Kay Douglas – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk The Earth S Deepest Cave The Supercave Remained Undiscovered This Is The Story Of The Men And Women Who Risked Everything To Find It !!> KINDLE ➜ A City Possessed ❤ Author Lynley Hood – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Earning Their Place In History Beside The Likes Of Peary [Download] ➸ Her Husbands Mistake ➽ Sheila O& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Amundsen Read ➵ Mr Dove Über Den Wassern Author Maurice Shadbolt – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Hillary [PDF / Epub] ☂ Squirmy Wormy By Lynda Farrington Wilson – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk And Armstrong In !!> Reading ➽ Honeymoon ➶ Author Sacha J. Witt – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Two Great Scientist Explorers Are Attempting To Find The Bottom Of The World Bold [Read] ➼ Puck You ➹ Peyton Novak – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Heroic American Bill Stone Is Committed To The Vast Cheve Cave [KINDLE] ✽ Mountain Moonlight By Jane Anderson – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Located In Southern Mexico And Deadly Even By Supercave Standards On The Other Side Of The Globe [Epub] ➚ Evvie Drake Starts Over ➟ Linda Holmes – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Legendary Ukrainian Explorer Alexander Klimchouk Stone S Polar Opposite In Temperament And Style ✺ Confessio Fraternitatis Epub ✽ Author Johann Valentin Andreae – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk But Every Bit His Equal In Scientific Expertise [Reading] ➸ How to Save a Life Author unholy.obsession – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Physical Bravery ✅ Mate Me [If You May] (The Millennium Wolves, PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Sapir Englard – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk And Sheer Determination Has Targeted Krubera BOOKS ✮ Little Creatures Author Stephen Quayle – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk A Freezing Nightmare Of A Supercave In The Republic Of Georgia [[ Read ]] ➲ Good Enough Parenting; The Sensible Discipline Guide for New Parents Author Lisl Fair – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Where Underground Dangers Are Compounded By The Horrors Of Separatist War In This Former Soviet Republic


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10 thoughts on “Blind Descent: The Quest to Discover the Deepest Place on Earth

  1. says:

    My willpower fails me when it comes to food, but for books, I can stick at them, I can finish them even when it is mind numbingly boring, like this one If Jon Krakauer had written it, there would have been scene setting, interesting characters and a narrative that led to a climax followed by the aftermath There was none of this in this book Of the two characters, there was nothing I liked


  2. says:

    Humanity is very concerned with great height Flying, scaling Everest and walking on the moon are obvious examples But can you name the deepest cave on earth I didn t think so Neither can most people But there are explorers who live for the challenge of finding the deepest part of our planet There are many wonderful books about explorers and adventurers Among them are Krakauer s Into Thin Air, whic


  3. says:

    The BEST COVER PHOTO in the last 100 books easily, hands down It s the picture of a smooth, vertical chimney about 500 feet long in Cheve cave in Oaxaca state, Mexico, the deepest known supercave in the Americas It s about 150 feet in diameter and could hold the water volume of 750 Olympic sized pools AND THERE near the bottom of the picture, the black profile of a person on rappel, tiny, underlit, and fo


  4. says:

    A book about a race to discover the deepest cave on earth has the potential for Krakauer like suspense, but Tabor destroys whatever tension might be present and there should be a lot, since spelunking is at least as difficult and dangerous as mountain climbing, if notso by constantly and oppressively hyping the excitement and pushing the thrill in our face It s as though he doesn t trust the subject enough to lea


  5. says:

    My best friend and I listened to this on CD while working on various projects The topic it covers is fascinating supercaving and trying to find the deepest point on the planet The perils of supercaving make climbing Mount Everest look like a vigorous weekend backpacking trip At least from Mt Everest, there is a chance of rescue if you get into trouble, within a reasonable amount of time Where these cavers go, if you get


  6. says:

    ..But cave explorers like Vesley and Farr could not see the route and so could not anticipate the dangers, a partial list of which includes drowning, fatal falls, premature burial, asphyxiation, hypothermia, hurricane force winds, electrocution, earthquake induced collapses, poison gases and walls dripping with sulfuric or hydrochloric acid There are also rabid bats, snakes, troglodytic scorpions and spiders, radon and microbes


  7. says:

    It s always interesting to read about people undergoing tremendous physical ordeals and deep caving definitely counts as an ordeal The conditions under which these explorers lived sometimes for weeks defies belief At the same time, however, I m shaking my head at the stupidity of it all Despite the author s repeated claims that all of this is done for science , no mention is ever made of what science got out of a bunch of people torment


  8. says:

    This was an alright book I was weary of reading it at first, since I ve actually met one of the super cavers that this book is about a number of times Bill Stone , and I find him to be an utter twat I really didn t want to read a book that glorified this man in any way, shape, or form.Sadly, this book did just that Even though the cave that Stone was exploring is NOT the deepest cave in the world,than 3 4 of the book was devoted to him It may a


  9. says:

    I can t believe I finished this book While the underlying content was good, the pacing and organization was off A big chunk on one team Stone s , a small chunk of the other Klimchouk s , mingle them a bit at the end, and blah I m glad I did push through to get to read about Klimchouk s experience as an Ukranian Yes it was non fiction, but it didn t find a good balance in engaging and informing If it was boring and straight forward I would have preferre


  10. says:

    A fast paced, white knuckled read, somewhat akin to Into Thin Air and other extreme adventure accounts loads of deadly and near deadly accidents as well as heroic rescues Despite the fact that the feats in the book rate a solid 5 stars truly amazing stuff , the book itself pulls a 4 I did really like it The writing is solid and straightforward, with just enough pizazz to keep the pages turning as if the adventure alone wasn t enough for that.Essentially an acc


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