Climb or Die: A Test of Survival

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After a car accident in a snowy Colorado pass seriously injures their parents, athletic fourteen-year-old Danielle and her brainy younger brother, Jake, must scale a mountain to find help.

After a car accident in a snowy Colorado pass seriously injures their parents, athletic fourteen-year-old Danielle and her brainy younger brother, Jake, must scale a mountain to find help.

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Overview

After a car accident in a snowy Colorado pass seriously injures their parents, athletic fourteen-year-old Danielle and her brainy younger brother, Jake, must scale a mountain to find help.

After a car accident in a snowy Colorado pass seriously injures their parents, athletic fourteen-year-old Danielle and her brainy younger brother, Jake, must scale a mountain to find help.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780786811816
  • Publisher: Hyperion Books for Children
  • Publication date: 9/28/1996
  • Pages: 192

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2006

    CLimb or die

    This book is not that good/ It says the same thing over and over again for more than 100 pages/ i did not like it very much

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2003

    Climbing to New Heights

    Edward P. Myers climbed to new heights with his thrilling adventure, Climb or Die. This book, which is a gripping tale of two kids beating the odds, never has a dull moment. Athletic Danielle and brainiac Jake must put their differences aside in order to scale a mountain, to reach help on the summit. Their parents are injured after a car accident, and the bond shared between these kids in the face of danger is inspiring. A suspense-laden story added to honorable characters is the perfect equation for a tale of excellent adventure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2002

    Meyers does it again!

    Have you ever been out on the road with no help or hope for survival? Well take it from the family in Climb or Die, it isn't all fun and games. With Danielle's skills in mountain climbing and Jake's outstanding imagination, they have some ideas that they think might just help. But will they? Meyer's Climb or Die, is an exhilerating book with a magnificent plot.If you are looking for a book with adventure, I highly reccomend this book anyone. I give this book 5 stars and 2 thumbs up!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2001

    Superb

    You will find yourselves engaged in this nerve-wracking experience. It's about a family stranded on a road striving to survive the snowstorm. I definitely recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2001

    it was great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    It was great!! I couldn't put it down

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2000

    Super!! Great!! Terrific!! Fantastic!! Awesome!!

    This was about a family who moved to Denver, Colorado. It was winter time when they had an accident on the road. The snowfall was extreme that it reached up to above the waist. The Darcy family struggled to live the cold, without anything to eat. They felt hopeless without a plan and so the two kids (Danielle, 14 and Jake, 13)decided to climb Mount Remington for they believed there was a weather station up there than can rescue them. Not knowing whether what will happen to them, they risked their lives. As they climbed the 14, 060 foot mountain without having the right gear, they figured a way to improvised the things they had to succeed. Read the book to find out more about their adverntures! This book was really exciting and emotional. I like the pace of it! So what are you waiting for? START READING THIS NOW!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2000

    2 THUMBS UP!

    This is a very good book! It is scary! The author keeps you guessing. This book is very good and I definately recommend it!! This book is amazing. Please read it!

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