Star Tribune on Liv Arnesen's book: "Wonderfully perplexing."

The first woman to ski solo to the South Pole tells the story of what it took to get thereAmid sundry accounts of other great polar achievements, overwhelmingly by men, Arnesen tells her story almost effortlessly, even chummily, sidestepping the usual tone of turmoil.

It's as if she trusts a reader to grasp that, yes, skiing alone for 50 days in subzero cold is one of most difficult ventures on Earth. There, that's settled.

Article at Star Tribune.