Ten expeditions were high on Everest, preparing in perfect conditions for their summit push. A day later, eight climbers were dead and more died later, victims of one of the most devastating storms to hit Everest. Matt Dickinson made it to the top by the arduous North Face route which had claimed so many lives. With Al Hinkes, he became the first Briton to film on the summit and return alive. His story is a gripping page-turner which tackles issues at the heart of mountaineering. Men and women died on the mountain without being helped - but is there room for conventional morality in the Death Zone?