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This is a true story of a plane crash that happened in 1972 in the Andes The terrivle conflicts while trying to survive and the stamina and will of those that fought to live is amazing Makes you really think about your life and wonder what choices you would make if this awful fate fell to you.So Sad but uplifting as well a story that needed telling. The writing style was tough and I m wondering if it s a poor translation The whole book was awkward and all over the place Read MIRACLE IN THE ANDES by Nando Parrado instead. #Pdf Í Out of the Silence ⚡ A Personal Story Of Survival, Hope, And Spiritual Awakening In The Face Of Unspeakable Tragedy It S The Unfathomable Modern Legend That Has Become A Testament To The Resilience Of The Human Spirit The Andes Plane Crash And The Uruguayan Rugby Teammates Who Suffered Seventy Two Days Among The Dead And Dying It Was A Harrowing Test Of Endurance On A Snowbound Cordillera That Ended In A Miraculous Rescue Now Comes The Unflinching And Emotional True Story By One Of The Men Who Found His Way HomeFour Decades After The Tragedy, A Climber Discovered Survivor Eduardo Strauch S Wallet Near The Memorialized Crash Site And Returned It To Him It Was A Gesture That Compelled Strauch To Finally Break The Silence Of The Mountains In This Revelatory And Rewarding Memoir, Strauch Withholds Nothing As He Reveals The Truth Behind The Life Changing Events That Challenged Him Physically And Tested Him Spiritually, But Would Never Destroy Him In Revisiting The Horror Story We Thought We Knew, Strauch Shares The Lessons Gleaned From Far Outside The Realm Of Rational Learning How Surviving On The Mountain, In The Face Of Its Fierce, Unforgiving Power And Desolate Beauty, Forever Altered His Perception Of Love, Friendship, Death, Fear, Loss, And Hope YesI received a copy of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in return for my honest independent review This is a real voices translated account of Eduardo surviving a plane crash in the Andes The year was 1972 and as a twelve year old at the time I do remember this as the survivors had no choice but to eat human I remember thinking how awful and reading this today, I consider how desperation must force people to have to make such difficult choices This is a difficult book to rate as I find with non fiction books there is no real comparison to rating a novel This is a very true and interesting account of how a small group of survivors faced adversity and dug deep into themselves to overcome this harrowing experience Eduardo tells how this event shaped his life emotionally and spiritually and I appreciated his story This is very slow paced, however I didnt expect this to be an easy read The story doesn t always flow freely and sometimes this happens with translated books so don t be out off If like me,you enjoy true life accounts of humans overcoming adversity, then this is well worth a read I rate this book 3.5 Publication date 11th June 2019 Mendelssohn netgalley The narrative jumped from the time of the crash to the future or past frequently, without adding anything key to the story.Although the author and surviving members of the crash were ultimately rescued, the author seemed to have lost his faith over this tragedy He also felt like he was blamed than the others for eating the dead, and he seemed to be trying to justify his actions in this book by couching it in religious terms It seemed to be a religion of convenience. NOTE I m stingy with stars For me 2 stars means a good book or a B 3 stars means a very good book or a B 4 stars means an outstanding book or an A only about 5% of the books I read merit 4 stars 5 stars means an all time favorite or an A Only one of 400 or 500 books rates this.Strauch tells the story of what it was like to be one of the survivors of the 1927 Andes plane crash Of the 45 that were on the plane 16 survived 72 days before they were rescued Horribly they resorted to eating those who died. Very HeadyI have known about this crash since it happened I saw the movie.Reading this book by a person who was there explains so much and helps all to see the beauty on the mountain in spite of the terrible cost of lives However that was the fault of the crash, not the mountain This was an interesting and sensitively written memoir of such a difficult situation and the miraculous rescue I had not read any other book about this event so it held my interest just to read the details he provides Not much to say about his book but he did try to give his personal impressions and feelings about his experience and avoided any sensationalism. Summer Reading Challenge 22 27Continental Drift 6 7 South America Read a book set on every continent I don t give many books a 2 star rating but after listening to this book and reading other reviews I feel like it s allowed The first half of the book was very good and got me hooked immediately The harrowing journey had me sitting at the edge of my seat But as soon as they were rescued, it went downhill The author jumped all over the place between the crash and present day and it was very jarring I don t know if something was lost in translation but it just didn t fit together properly It would have been so much better if all the past was put together finishing with them getting rescued There was also a lot of stuff about the families and how they felt what was happening with the people lost in the mountains and it was so randomly introduced you didn t really feel anything for them or feel like it had any relevance to the story other than that they were related I don t doubt that the event was horrific and terrible and my rating has nothing to do with what these people survived They are brave and strong and I commend them for making it through This rating is based solely on the fact that the book is poorly laid out and I will likely recommend any book over it The only reason it didn t get 1 is because I found the first half was interesting. Wow I remember learning of the crash and that there had been survivors found Here is everything else in between In the hell they found themselves in, they could recognize beauty, a spirituality that lasted and grew Most of all, I was reminded how ridiculous man is when he ever thinks he can contain and control the power found in nature Man is so much smaller than he thinks he is God is SO much greater A good memoir that shows the individual inner growth we all can experience when we are willing to honestly look inside ourselves