Just Another Mountain: A Memoir of Hope (Paperback)Sarah Jane Douglas (author)
Both a poignant memoir of grief and redemption and a gloriously evocative account of mountain climbing in the Scottish Highlands, Sarah Jane Douglas’s exquisitely written volume is a truly inspirational read.
Waterstones Scottish Book of the Month for April 2020
In 1997, at the age of 24, Sarah lost her mother to breast cancer. Alone and adrift in the world, she very nearly gave up hope, but she'd made a promise to her mother that she would keep going no matter what. So she turned to the beautiful, dangerous, forbidding mountains of her native Scotland.
Publisher: Elliott & Thompson Limited
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
Edition: 2nd New edition
'Honest, raw and beautifully written, this uplifting memoir is testament that in life there are times when there is nothing for it but to scale that mountain' - The Herald
'An inspiring book for anyone facing challenges. And a heartfelt reminder that only some mountains look like mountains' - Tristan Gooley
'A beautifully written book ... a powerful message and a thrilling conclusion to a seemingly unachievable goal' - Rosamund Young, author of The Secret Life of Cows
'A story of love and loss and of the redemptive power of mountains, in particular the incomparable mountains of Scotland' - Stephen Venables, mountaineer and writer
'I loved Just Another Mountain ... It's a really good read' - Lorraine Kelly
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“A memoir of hope (set mainly in SCOTLAND)”
Shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards 2020, APA Publications Travel Memoir Book of the Year.
Sarah didn’t have the easiest of childhoods but when her Mum is taken from her with breast cancer, she... More
“A story of sheer courage and bravery”
Nestled in the highlands of Scotland in a wee village near Inverness and surrounded by mountains begins the brave and inspiring account from Sarah Jane Douglas. Her mum is fighting cancer and as this fight gets... More
“A brilliant read.”
A memoir of a daughter's love for a much adored mother. A love story that lasted a life time. We can all relate to something in this brilliantly written book, whether it's a love of mountains, a struggle... More
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