[[ Kostenlos Prime ]] Miracle In The Andes: 72 Days on the Mountain and My Long Trek Home (English Edition)Autor Nando Parrado – Gsagency.co

In , A Plane Carrying A Uruguayan Rugby Team And Their Families And Supporters To An Exhibition Game In Chile Crashed In The Andes Parrado Was One Of The Survivors, And He Tells The Story Of TheirDays Struggling Against Freezing Weather And Dangerous Avalanches The Author S Mother And Sister Were Among Those Killed In The Crash Parrado Was Unconscious For Three Days, But After Two Months He Set Out On ADay Journey In Subzero Cold To Seek Help He Describes How He And Two Other Survivors Climbed Up The Slopes And Then Back Down Oxygen Starved Bodies, Dehydration, Loose Rocks, Patches Of Ice, And A Feeling Of Hopelessness The Survivors Who Had Been Left On The Mountain Were Rescued By Helicopter Crews It Is An Amazing Story Of Bravery And Courage George Cohen Copyright American Library Association All Rights ReservedAdult High SchoolIn , Parrado And His Rugby Teammates From Uruguay Were Flying To Chile To Play A Match Against The National Team Crossing The Andes, The Aircraft Crashed On A Remote, High Altitude, Glaciated Slope This Remarkable Story Of The Survivors Omits None Of The Raw Intensity And Brutality Of Their Experience But Is Burnished By Time, Casting An Analytical Perspective On Ways In Which Their Subsequent Lives Were Influenced By The Ordeal The Many Forms Of Courage Exhibited And The Sustaining Power Of Love Of Family Are The Basis Of The Narrative As The Group Supported One Another In A Collective Refusal To Surrender To The Mountain Parrado Credits Their Physical Conditioning And The Rigorous Team Ethic Inherent In The Sport As The Foundation For The Trust And Allegiance That Enabled The Men To Battle The Odds Reduced To The Most Elemental Human Needs And Learning From A Radio Transmission That Rescue Efforts Had Been Abandoned, They Reluctantly Realized That Their Only Food Source Was The Bodies Of The Victims Parrado Was Respectful Of The Spiritual Faith Of Those Who Clung To A Belief In Rescue, But Put His Energy Into Engineering A Plan And Acted As A Leader Of The Expeditionaries Who Hiked Through The Perilous Mountains To Find Help A Detailed Chronicle Of These Events Was Presented In Piers Paul Read S Alive Avon,, But Parrado S Memoir Offers A Reflective Expansion Of That Work Dramatic Photographs Are IncludedLynn Nutwell, Fairfax City Regional Library, VA Copyright Reed Business Information, A Division Of Reed Elsevier Inc All Rights Reserved