Ski adventurer/writer/filmmaker William Kerig will sign copies of The Edge of Never, the book chronicling big-mountain skiers as well as the on-mountain exploits of Kye Peterson, 15-year-old son of deceased big mountain skier Tervor Peterson, who finishes the Chamonix, France run that killed his father in 1996.

In book and film, three generations of skiers mentor Kye prior to the fateful run.

"Gripping!" said Marc Peruzzi, Outside magazine "...a powerful story and just a great film...spellbinding ..." said CBS film critic Greg Moody "Heart Stopping!" Betsy Burton, IndieNext Written

Kerig chronicles a ripping adventure tale about adventure skier Trevor Peterson's son coming of age as well as a frank portrait of the extreme skiers who "live big" in the face of death and risk everything to experience the fullness of life in the mountains.