The Best Adventure and Survival Stories 2003
The fourth edition of publishing's only adventure annual offers another exhilarating collection of the year's most gripping and entertaining adventure stories--from the world's coldest waters to its scariest wildfire. Drawn from the year's most memorable adventure book titles, magazine pieces, and websites, these stories focus on men and women pushing beyond their limits--from the woman who swam to Antarctica to the seven snowboarders who tried to ride out an avalanche in British Columbia's untracked Selkirk Mountains, to the biologist trying to survive his search for a new species of bear. Including new work by David Roberts, Sy Montgomery, Peter Leschak, and Tim Cahill, these selections prove once again that today's best adventure literature ranks among the best writing anywhere.
- Paperback | 364 pages
- 154.9 x 230.1 x 22.6mm | 471.74g
- 08 Oct 2003
- INGRAM PUBLISHER SERVICES US
- Da Capo Press Inc
- Cambridge, MA, United Kingdom
- 2003 ed.
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About Nate Hardcastle
Clint Willis is the series editor of Adrenaline Books. His thirteen anthologies for the series include Epic: Stories of Survival from the World's Highest Peaks, Rough Water: Stories of Survival from the Sea, and Adrenaline 2002: The Year's Best Stories of Adventure and Survival. He lives in Maine.