From the Jaws of Death: Extreme True Adventures of Man vs. Nature
St. Martin's Press, Oct 12, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 400 pages
A harrowing collection of true tales of death and survival under the most extreme conditions imaginable
There comes a time in some men's lives when their physical and emotional states are pushed to the limit. Maybe their boat has capsized and they are adrift in the ocean, or maybe they've fallen into an ice crevasse, with no apparent way out. It is in these moments men discover what they are truly made of and whether they have the courage and physical strength to come back From the Jaws of Death.
This explosive collection showcases twenty-three stories of adventure gone horribly wrong, including:
--"The Devil's Thumb" by Jon Krakauer: the bestselling author recounts his perilous solo climb of Alaska's infamous Devil's Thumb
This is one of the finest and most extreme collections of true adventure ever assembled.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - RidgewayGirl - LibraryThing
This is a collection of true stories of wilderness survival edited by Brogan Steele, which I'm pretty sure is a made up name. I read several chapters at random during a long car trip, so I can say ... Read full review