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Wind in My Hair, The
The story of Brigitte Muir, first Australian women to climb the Seven Summits

Format Book  (Australian) Category Narratives
Title Wind in My Hair, The  Pages  
Author Brigitte Muir  RRP $28.00 AUD 
Publisher Penguin Books Australia Ltd  Reviews
Edition September 1998  Ave Rating ** (2.00 of 5)


User Comments

I started it with great enthusiasm as Brigitte is the first Aussie woman to climb the seven summits, i thought it'd be a good story. I couldn't even get half way through it. The material she wrote didn't have enough to captivate me, and i thought it would be better as a slimmer volume.

Don't get me wrong, I can read 1000+ page books, just didn't think much of the writing. 

If you can get past the writing style, this book is quite interesting and even entertaining. I found some sections rather vague and they left me wondering why they hadn't been edited out. A second reading (from lack of anything else) confirmed this! 

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