Daniel Arnold – Snowblind

Daniel Arnold – Snowblind

A “gripping” collection of short fiction about mountain climbers driven by risk and adventure (Sacramento Bee).

From varied backgrounds with diverse perspectives, the characters who populate  Snowblind don’t feel quite whole until they’ve summited some of the world’s most dangerous peaks-an obsession that most of us just can’t fathom.

A young climber walks a hotel hallway passing rooms filled with things but no people-rucksacks, jackets, sleeping bags, crampons and ice screws strewn across the beds and floors. Later he will explain to his fellow climbers what it’s like to disconnect his harness and leave his fallen partner to die alone in a blizzard. A woman climber, isolated and alone in the mountains, calculates the risks of walking back to civilization after her pilot doesn’t arrive for their scheduled pickup. In seemingly quiet moments filled with satisfying tension, these stories of driven adventurers, like climbing itself, may culminate at any moment in either triumph or tragedy.

“A spellbinder . . . eight short stories and novellas [that] will appeal to fans of alpine and other extreme sports.” – Booklist

“An impressive exploration of the souls of mountaineers . . . The reading is nerve-racking but well worth the trip.” – Stanford Magazine

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