Media

What others are saying about The Ledge: An Adventure Story of Friendship and Survival on Mount Rainier:

NPR.org names The Ledge one of the summer’s “biggest, juciest nonfiction adventures.”

James Tabor, author of Blind Descent, calls The Ledge a “thrilling, chilling tale of adventure and death in the mountains” that is “ultimately, about more than that.”

Amazon customer reviewer Harold “Doc” Wolf gives The Ledge five stars and calls it “a tale so suspenseful you forget it is nonfiction.”

Publishers Weekly calls The Ledge a “modern Aristotlian tragedy.”

Kirkus Reviews calls The Ledge “a philosophical inquiry of how men react once the safety nets have been cut from beneath them.” Note: You must be a Kirkus subscriber to access the full review.

The Animal Planet show “I Shouldn’t Be Alive” features Jim Davidson’s amazing self-rescue on Mount Rainier.

Kevin tells the story of the book project he and Jim Davidson embarked on in 2009.

Rocky Mountain News multimedia journalist Wes Pope examines Jim Davidson’s story in the video version of The Crevasse.

What others are saying about Kevin:

Westword media critic Michael Roberts highlights Kevin’s efforts to report on new developments in one of the area’s most notorious cold cases despite warnings from authorities who didn’t want the story out there. Aug. 10, 2018.

The Atlantic chronicles the effort of Kevin and his son to reboot the digital version of The Crossing, his Pulitzer-nominated 34-part series. Oct. 10, 2015.

Legendary Denver journalist Dusty Saunders notes Kevin’s move to FOX Sports 1. Aug. 18, 2013.

Westword media critic Michael Roberts classifies Kevin’s 34-part serial narrative “The Crossing,” published by the Rocky Mountain News in 2007, as “hugely ambitious.” March 15, 2007.

 

 

 

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