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This is the amazing story of seven summits solo - how an American living in New Zealand set out to climb the highest peak on each of the world's seven continents. En route to Everest, Anderson climbed solo the other highest summits on six continents. In the end, after several previous attempts, atrocious weather in early September 1995 kept Anderson from the summit of Everest. The final prize remained beyond his grasp. This book is the story of those climbs. But it is also a travel adventure book, full of colour and wit. From the plains of Africa to the snows of Antarctica, it contains more laughs than it seems possible the danger could ever permit. With a foreword by Sir Edmund Hillary.

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