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by Elsie Balme
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  • Author:
    Elsie Balme
  • ISBN:
    0953229289
  • ISBN13:
    978-0953229284
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  • Publisher:
    London Voices (January 1, 2004)
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An awful weariness washed through me, and with it a fervent hope that this endless hanging would soon be over. There was no need for the torture. I wanted with all my heart for it to finish. jolted down a few inches. How long will you be, Simon? I thought. How long before you join me? It would be soon. I could feel the rope tremble again; wire-tight, it told me the truth as well as any phone call. Pity! I hope somebody finds us, and knows we climbed the West Face. I don’t want to disappear without trace