33 Men: Inside the Miraculous Survival and Dramatic Rescue of the Chilean Miners

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Thorndike Press, 2011 - Social Science - 397 pages
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Based on over 100 interviews with the miners, their families, and the rescue team, this is the riveting and authoritative account of the 2010 San JosÚ mine rescue in Chile after one of the longest human entrapments in history. With his coveted "Rescue Pass," Franklin was permitted access far past the police perimeter. In captivating and never-before-revealed detail, he tells a spellbinding story of struggle, endurance, ingenuity, and miraculous triumph.



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Jonathan Franklin regularly reports for "The Guardian", "VICE", and "Esquire". He also works with the team at Retro Report producing documentaries broadcast by "The New York Times". Based in Santiago, Chile, and Manhattan, Franklin reports on Latin America. Franklin s previous book "33 Men", the exclusive account of Chilean miners trapped nearly a kilometer underground, became a national bestseller in the US and UK and was translated into nineteen languages. He can be contacted @FranklinBlog and JonathanFranklin.com.

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