Between a rock and a hard place

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Scholastic, 1998 - Best books for young adults (Fiction) - 213 pages
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Although neither fifteen-year-old Mark Severson nor his diabetic cousin Randy are looking forward to the canoe trip that is a family rite of passage, they begin to enjoy themselves as they make their way through Minnesota's lake country, until the trip becomes a fight for survival.

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User Review  - heyitsdaver - LibraryThing

Really an amazing story. Well written as well, especially for someone with a mechanical engineering background. He mentions lot's of peaks and areas in Colorado (he was living in Aspen at the time of ... Read full review

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User Review  - qofd - LibraryThing

I saw the movie first ( a sin) and then decided I wanted to read the book. I'm glad I did. It contains so much more than the movie managed to portray although it is a bit hard going when trying to visualise a lot of the climbing descriptions. Read full review


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