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The best FICTIONAL Ski book you've read?

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There's a thread out here on Peter Kray's book, The Gods of Skiing; I hear it's pretty good..  What otheres make the list?

I need a few for the long off season.    :(

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War & Piste by Alex Thomas is a fun read about the narrator's adventures working in an Austrian ski resort.

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There are some popular works of creative ski fiction out there masquerading as instruction or technique books. Do they count?
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Not a book, but the daily snow report from just about anywhere.

Second place--the weather forecast predicting snow

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Not a book, but the daily snow report from just about anywhere.

Second place--the weather forecast predicting snow

 

You old goat, you got my goat - that is hilarious, died..almost..laughing.,..truism for the ages...for the mountains...

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OG...   touche.   lol :beercheer:

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"Learning to ski with Mr Magee" by Chris Van Dusen ( or with inspector Gadget as alternative)
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