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June 2014 Book of the Month A thrilling journey to the dark side of Everest, it follows 18-year-old Ryan Hart, on a gap year adventure working for a charity in Nepal. Dark forces are at play on the lethal slopes of the highest peak in the world, and Ryan sets out to solve it all. Mount Everest remains one of the most dangerous places in the world for its unpredictability. In the month that this is published in 2014, a large number of sherpas perished on the mountain, so this novel is incredibly timely.
In the deepest Himalaya a story is spreading like wildfire. The story of an Everest expedition unlike any other. An expedition that ended with mysterious disappearances ...and death.
This is the mystery that eighteen-year-old Ryan Hart sets out to solve. Ryan is on a gap year adventure, working for a medical charity in Nepal. When a local girl begs him to investigate why her sixteen-year-old friend Kami, a sherpa, never came back from Everest, Ryan cannot resist the challenge.
The Everest Files is the first title in Matt Dickinson's new series for teens and young adults.
|Publication date:||10th March 2014|
|Publisher:||Vertebrate Publishing an imprint of Vertebrate Graphics Ltd|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers, YA readers|
Matt Dickinson is an award-winning writer and filmmaker with a passion for climbing and adventure. During his filmmaking career he has worked as a director/cameraman for National Geographic television, the Discovery Channel, the BBC and Channel 4. His film projects have taken him to Antarctica, Africa and the Himalaya, often in the company of the world’s leading climbers and expeditioners. His most notable film success was ‘Summit Fever’ in which Matt reached the summit of Everest via the treacherous North Face. His book The Death Zone tells the true story of that ascent and ...More About Matt Dickinson