French writer terms K2 ‘third pole’, ‘perfect pyramid’

French mathematician and writer Daniel Parrochia in his book “The case of K2, Mathematics and mountaineering” has termed K2 mountain a beautiful and primarily an almost perfect pyramid.

According to the book review by Virginie Troussier published in Montagnes Magazine of France, this exciting book is about K2, the highest mountain in the Karakoram Range in Pakistan and the second highest peak in the world, after Everest, Radio Pakistan Friday reported.

The author named Pakistan’s Karakoram Range, which is full of glaciers, a kind of Third Pole. The book also takes the readers along philosophical paths like: “Life is a mountain that we cannot conquer”.