Hours - Between a Rock and a Hard Place (Book review) - The Adventure GeekI watch dawn pushing its way into the canyon. It is Thursday, May 1 - day six of my ordeal. I cannot believe I'm still alive. I should have died days ago. Without any task or stimulus, I'm no longer living, no longer surviving.
127 Hours Between a Rock and a Hard Place
No eBook available SimonandSchuster. The author gave greatr details that captures the modern readers attention. The amount of imagery involved in this book was amazing it makes people feel like they are watching him make difficult decisions while you are sitting next to him. I reccomend this book to anyone who likes a good story that makes you want to never put their book down. This book was a great page turner. Aron Ralston, a native of the Midwest, retired from a career as a mechanical engineer at age twenty-six before moving to Aspen, Colorado.
The book also describes Ralston's childhood, how he took up outdoor activities after moving to Colorado from Indiana , how he came to be an obsessive outdoorsman and how he left his engineering career at Intel in Arizona to take up outdoor activities as much as possible.
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