The History of Mountains is a story of great heights and how to fall from them. Through sharp and evocative language, Danielle Rose takes the reader on a series of distant journeys while remaining always on-the-cusp of new beginnings. Asking “Why do men do these extraordinarily dangerous things that they do?” And being left with no clear answer. This is a book that compels meandering, that aimlessness in the moment before chaos. But beware: If you miss the signs, the avalanche will bury you, too.
35 pages in a perfectbound 5″x5″ embossed matte cover.