BOOKS: including an all-new, fifty-page chronicle of Phil Deutschle's return to Nepal, thirty-four years after his Peace Corps odyssey
With his life literally hanging from a sleder rope over a crevasse near the top of a Himalayan mountain, a young man relives in his mind a relentless two-year physical and spiritual test as a Peace Corps volunteer in a remote mountain village of Nepal. Combining the elements of adventure story, travel log, and personal confession, this absorbing account describes a wrenching experience that belies the idealistic expectation of many Peace Corps volunteers.
Now, thirty-four years later, Deutschle returns to his village, intent on learning the fate of his family and his students in the wake of Nepal's bloody Maoist civil war.
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