Mount Analogue by René Daumal
My rating: three stars
Here we go: a book about climbing mountains. About climbing one mountain in particular: Mount Analogue.
There’s a slight snag in this crampons-and-rope plan, however: the mountain doesn’t exist.
(I mean, until a voyage to a corner of the Pacific, where it’s suddenly discovered that it does.)
Were you expecting anything less from a book written by a pataphysician and Gurdjieff devotee?