by Michael Ray Taylor is a readable book about what makes caving caving. The author writes:
'The primal draw of the cave is as undeniable as the primal dread in which it is wrapped. So long as there are holes in the ground, uneasy adventurers will poke into them, candles flickering.'
This being typical of the quality of writing. This is a book that covers much ground without you necessarily realising it, while Taylor tells autobiographical stories about parts of his life and the places he has visited underground.
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