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    Silvia Vasquez-Lavado.
    Summary: "When Silvia's mother called her home to Peru, she knew something finally had to give. A Latinx hero in the elite macho tech world of Silicon Valley, privately, she was hanging by a thread. She was deep in the throes of alcoholism, hiding her sexuality from her family, and repressing the abuse she'd suffered as a child. Her visit to Peru would become a turning point in her life. Silvia started climbing. Something about the brute force required for the ascent-the restricted oxygen at altitude, the vast expanse of emptiness around her, the risk and spirit and sheer size of the mountains, the nearness of death-woke her up. And then, she took her biggest pain to the biggest mountain: Everest. "The Mother of the World," as it's known in Nepal, allows few to reach her summit, but Silvia didn't go alone. She gathered a group of young female survivors and led them to base camp alongside her, their strength and community propelling her forward. In the Shadow of the Mountain is a remarkable story of heroism, one which awakens in all of us a lust for adventure, gratitude for the strong women in our lives, and faith in our own resilience"-- Provided by publisher.

    Borron y cuenta nueva
    Summit mittens
    Sunday's prey
    The high Himalayas
    Lancaster 90210
    Top shelf
    Nothing we do is small
    Peruvian cowgirl with no past
    Walking together
    When things fall apart
    The Great Wall
    Kind if you let her
    Los divorciados
    The valley of silence
    The death zone
    At the top of the world.
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    Books: General Collection (Downstairs)
    GV199.92.V37 A3 2022