Kray's recently published novel, The God of Skiing, is pretty much blowing me away. Though I usually feel that, other than photography, skiing hasn't been at the core of much serious art, TGoS is an inspiring and evocative read. It weaves together history, romance, and passion for skiing in a captivating (to me, at least) way.
If you haven't heard about it yet, you're likely to start coming across references soon. I'd say that The God of Skiing is the best ski literature since Cross-Country Snow and Alpine Idyll by Hemingway. Check it out, see what you think: http://www.mirabooksmart.com/The-God-of-Skiing_p_584.html
Edited because I can't rite very gud.
Edited by Bob Lee - 1/4/15 at 8:36am