"Despite all he has suffered, Fiennes's love for the coldest parts of the world remains undimmed and the book is also a powerful plea to stop the climate change that threatens them." THE SUNDAY TIMES
"He personifies, as this book testifies, the indomitability of the human spirit and the belief that anything is possible." THE INDEPENDENT
Sir Ranulph Fiennes has spent a lifetime working in conditions of extreme cold - his frostbitten fingers are a testament to the horrors that man can experience in such temperatures, but he also knows that the life he has led owes a great deal to the cold. By turns scientifically rigorous, historically questioning and intensely personal, this is a truly fascinating account of the extreme nature of cold by 'the world's greatest living explorer' "Guinness Book Of Records". Now available in paperback.