Analytics and narratology – part 2

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  1. Cool story. Would be nice to have comments on stories too, so we can discuss or do a kind of ‘Ask the Author’ after reading. Eg, you say everything in the story is true (I read the text and listened to the audio BTW, and did not drop out of either!) but how do you know what was going on in those guys’ heads?

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    1. Thanks for your kind words. I lied in the introduction to the story (about it all being true) because I thought it would help the story to prime the reader to think it was. However, David Sharp is a real person, who really died on Everest, and I did play a fainting game at a party when I was 17. The rest is made up.

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