Reviews for The Roof at the Bottom of the World (Honorable Mention winner of the 2011 PROSE Awards):
"Stump clearly and ably recounts the history of Antarctic Exploration."
If there is a true explorer in the modern age, it must be Stump, a scientist, mountaineer, and, above all, cameraman who has traveled this enchanting domain with a sharp lens and poetic sense."
"Thanks to the stunning photographs [ ] the book is as beautiful as the mountains it describes."
"The first comprehensive atlas of the mountains that separate East and West Antarctica and churn out some of our most awesome glaciers."
"The Roof at the Bottom of the World earns its place on any serious mountaineer's bookshelf."
"Nowhere will readers find a more complete history of the discovery and exploration of the Transantarctic Mountains than this book."
"A superb narration of exploration."
"History is everywhere in this book, along with spectacular photographs."
"This is a fabulous book for Antarctica Lovers."