[Desde el silencio: Cuarenta años después] E–pub ç Eduardo Strauch Urioste
In 1972 a flight carrying a rugby team crashed into the mountains in the Andes Sixteen eople survived 72 days atop the mountain before they were rescued After 40 years Eduardo Strauch Urioste recounts his experience of those days the aftermath and the ongoing effect it has had on his lifeI read Alive The Story of the Andes Survivors in the late 70 s and bits and ieces of that book have stayed in my memory That book was written by a novelist non fiction writer after interviewing the survivors and their families This book was written by one of the survivors A mountain CLIMBER FOUND HIS WALLET PAPERS AND SUNGLASSES WHILE ON found his wallet apers and sunglasses while on trek in the area When the items were returned to Eduardo he took that as a sign to write his storyThe first half of the book focused on the crash and the 72 days of surviving against impossible odds The second half was hilosophical about the life lessons he took away from that experience and how they shaped his life
from then on This is a moving memoir of one of then on This is a moving memoir of one of survivors of the rugby team air crash in 1972
He Discusses The Event discusses the event course the 2 months they survived in the mountains their unlikely rescue and the aftermath of the tragedy Beautifully written I do like spiritual writing AmazingA A ersonal story of unbelievable survival hope and spiritual awakening in the face of unspeakable tragedyIt’s the unfathomable modern legend that has become a testament to the resilience of the human spirit the 1972 Andes lane 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 resc. Eally fascinating book and just overall amazing thing to survive This book is very interesting and im looking forward to seeing the movie and reading on this Out of the Silence is not the only book written about the 1972 Singapore Math Practice Level 6a Grade 7 plane crash in the Andes Mountains where the surviving rugbylayers and friends lived for over 2 months waiting for rescue It is the only book I have read on the subject but I can t help but remember the ublicity surrounding it and have watched the movie Alive In case you don t know this was a situation where there wasn t enough food to go around for all 17 survivors and the difficult decision to eat the flesh of the dead was made after much careful consideration dead was made after much careful consideration is written by one of the survivors Eduardo Strauch who explained that he finally agreed to the lan as there was no other choice He said his love for his family Singapore Math Practice Level 4b Grade 5 played a largeart in it that he loved them so much he would do anything to try to get back to them some day to fulfill the destiny that was his It was love for each other that made two of the survivors set off on a discovery mission after they knew that no one would help them but themselves The group grew to respect and love each other and became a family on their own The word lo. Ue Now
comes the unflinching and emotional true story by one of the men who found his way homeFour decades the unflinching and emotional true story by one of the men who found his way homeFour decades 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.
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Ve dominates the ages What did I LEARN ABOUT LOVE IN THE learn about love in the of the mountain That it is the most important thing in life And that if it is not resent in some form no action however right it may seem
makes any sense at allIn the end the love of the mountain has stayed with the survivorsany sense at allIn the end the love of the mountain has stayed with the survivors these years hence Many still visit the crash site regularly despite its remote location along with the spouses children and grandchildren acuired over the years It is to this day a burial site for those who didn t make it and a lace to connect to the shared experience that shaped their soulsThis a good translation and I liked it very much Any survivor of that dreadful and unforgettable crash in the Andes deserves our sympathy respect and admiration However I found this memoir too fractured to fully engage me It jumps about in time and I was on occasion unsure what the time scale actually was thus making it feel that their ordeal didn t actually last
As Long As Itlong as it Having read Alive Piers Paul Read s gripping and detailed account this new memoir in comparison just didn t manage to convey the full horror nor the actual chronology of events Worth reading as a ersonal account but Sugar Secrets Love perhaps after reading Alive to get the full story. Behind the life changing events that challenged himhysically 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 ower and desolate beauty forever altered his erception of love friendship death fear loss and hope.