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Jon Krakauer

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  • Into Thin Air | Jon Krakauer

    Into Thin Air

    • ABRIDGED (5 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Jon Krakauer
    • Narrated By Jon Krakauer
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    The definitive, personal account of the deadliest season in the history of Everest by the acclaimed journalist and author of Into the Wild. Read by the author. Also, hear a Fresh Air interview with Krakauer conducted shortly after his ordeal.

    Zina says: "Awesome!"
  • Eiger Dreams | Jon Krakauer

    Eiger Dreams

    • ABRIDGED (5 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Jon Krakauer
    • Narrated By Jon Krakauer
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    In this collection of his finest work from such magazines as Outside and Smithsonian, Krakauer explores the subject from the unique and memorable perspective of one who has himself battled peaks like K2, Denali, Everest, and, of course, Eiger.

    Steve Anderson says: "Great book. Where Krakauer got his start..."
  • Under the Banner of Heaven | Jon Krakauer

    Under the Banner of Heaven

    • ABRIDGED (5 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Jon Krakauer
    • Narrated By Jon Krakauer
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    At the core of this book is an appalling double murder committed by two Mormon Fundamentalist brothers, Ron and Dan Lafferty, who insist they received a revelation from God commanding them to kill their blameless victims. Weaving the story of the Lafferty brothers and their fanatical brethren with a clear-eyed look at Mormonism's violent past, Krakauer examines the underbelly of the most successful homegrown faith in the United States, and finds a distinctly American brand of religious extremism.

    Craig Hansen says: "Not bad, but a bit biased"
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