Best Read [Mark Inglis] ☆ No mean feat || [Historical Fiction Book] PDF ✓

By Mark Inglis | Comments: ( 892 ) | Date: ( Dec 06, 2019 )

Mark Inglis was working and climbing on Mt Cook, when, at age 23, he and his companion were trapped by the weather on Middle Peak They were 13 days in an ice cave and both suffered such severe frostbite that their legs had to be amputated below the knee.This book takes us from childhood to Mt Cook, through the experience trapped there in 1982, and on to University, becomiMark Inglis was working and climbing on Mt Cook, when, at age 23, he and his companion were trapped by the weather on Middle Peak They were 13 days in an ice cave and both suffered such severe frostbite that their legs had to be amputated below the knee.This book takes us from childhood to Mt Cook, through the experience trapped there in 1982, and on to University, becoming a Research Scientist, making medla winning wines with Montana Wines, and then back to sports and the Paralympic Games in 2000 The culmination of this book is 2002, when he once climbed Mt Cook.


  • Title: No mean feat
  • Author: Mark Inglis
  • ISBN: 9781869415365
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments No mean feat

  • Martin lyon

    I decided to read this book because I was interested by what he had accomplished with his fake legs. I was inspired by what he did and his adventures along thee way. He wants to accomplish as much as he possibly can. This fits into a book written by a New Zealander. It was a good book and it is rally inspiring. Especially since h is from New Zealand. I found Mark interesting because he doesn't give up when something puts him down. He will just get back up again. My favourite quote is "I want to [...]


  • Kathleen Dixon

    We were talking about people with disabilities, and one of the Korean children in our congregation told me about a pastor in Korea who has neither arms nor legs. That made me think of Mark Inglis climbing Mt Everest, so I went to the library to see if they had a children's book by/about him.I also found two books in the adult section and thought I might just have a browse through them both myself. Well, I read this cover to cover, and it was only in the last couple of chapters, when there was qu [...]


  • David Ray

    Although you can't help but admire this man's amazing achievements, I didn't find this book particularly engaging - author needed some help with the writing to make it more engaging. Legs on Everest is better.


  • Claire Gardiner

    Bear grylis was better - Mark lived very luxiourously on Mt Everest (pizza vs. dhal); but still a good read


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