House of Snow: An Anthology of the Greatest Writing About Nepal (Paperback)
A collection of stories, poems and articles about Nepal covering the length and breadth of this enchanting nation and its people.
Ed Douglas is a mountaineer, a journalist and the author of Tenzing: Hero of Everest. Ranulph Fiennes is an elite soldier, athlete, mountaineer, and renowned explorer, and the author of 19 books of both fiction and nonfiction, including Killer Elite and Race to the Pole.
“Even as destruction and difficulty run as an unbroken thread through the more than 500 pages of this extraordinary anthology, so too do immense courage and forbearance” —TLS
“One of the finest books I have read this year. It contains diverse, eye-opening and very good reading across both fact and fiction” —Nudge Book
“If you want a book in English that tells you about Nepalese thinking, and gives a taste of the country's contemporary literature, you could hardly do better than House of Snow” —Daily Telegraph
“A great collection” —Adventure Travel
“A well-curated sliver of works that highlight the richness and variety of Nepal's literary contribution” —Kathmandu Post
“House of Snow [corrals] some fabulous literature on Nepal” —Wanderlust