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Author Hall, Lincoln, 1955-2012.

Title Alive in the death zone : Mount Everest survival / Lincoln Hall.

Published North Sydney, N.S.W. : Random House, 2008.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson TB  796.5 HALL    AVAILABLE
Physical description 106 pages : colour illustrations, portraits, map ; 29 cm
Notes Includes index.
Summary "Alive in the death zone : Mount Everest survival is Lincoln Hall's story of climbing the world's highest mountain, being left for dead near the summit and his subsequent return to life and safety. Miraculously, after spending a perilous night on a knife-edge crest in the Death Zone, he was found the next morning and began the descent, only to be confronted with more dangers before he reached safety. Unbeknown to Lincoln, the world, including his family, had been told he was dead, and the miraculous story of his survival made worldwide headline news. "--Provided by publisher.
Notes Children's Book Council of Australia awards 2009.
Subject Hall, Lincoln, 1955-2012 -- Juvenile literature.
Mountaineers -- Australia -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Mountaineering accidents -- Everest, Mount (China and Nepal) -- Juvenile literature.
Mountaineering -- Everest, Mount (China and Nepal) -- Juvenile literature.
Biography & autobiography (Australia)
Climbing & mountaineering.
Local series Australian Children’s Book of the Year Award 2009
ISBN 9781741663372 (hbk.)