'In 2015 high on the side of Mount Everest I experienced the darkest days of my life to date. Little did I realise that the darkest day was still to come four years later. But this also led to me discovering the truth about who I was, and what I wanted out of life. It took a life of Misadventure to discover the answers.'
The paperback version is now available to order.
In 2004, Ellis wrote to the great explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes. In his reply he said 'You write a great letter and would write a very funny book ...' We'd like to think this is that book!
Life is full of experiences, good and bad, tragic and life affirming, much of what Ellis has experienced will resonate with the reader, whether it is the strength to follow your dreams or coping with the depths of depression and self worth and everything inbetween. Maybe the lessons he has learned will go on to inspire and encourage others as they follow their own journey. Even without that, it is a a thrilling ride through a life that is lived with enthusiasum and passion.
Please note, this paperback edition does not include the images and excerpt from Everest: It's Not About the Summit. These are only available in the hardback edition.