Liam Cochrane [Kindle ePUB Pdf] Miracle in the Cave

CHARACTERS Miracle in the Cave

S orphan devoted to Buddhism and his young players alive and hopefulLiam Cochrane spent than two weeks on the scene and was stationed outside of the cave entrance in daily contact with divers and other key members of the rescue team reporting the story for the Australian Broadcast Corporation In this mesmerizing and inspiring book he recounts this ultimate race against the clock event Filled with never before reported details based on exclusive access to both the rescue team Coach Ek and members of the soccer team and their families Daring to Hope chronicles the Wild Boars’ ordeal in the cave and the rescue plan that unfolded outside including the contentious political negotiations the early misadventure that halted the operation. Very good read Better than Matt Gutman s book that focused on the militarydivergovernment interactions and got a number of basic facts wrong so I uestion the accuracy of Mr Gutman s book misspelled the name of a British diver throughtout the book the transcript between the divers and boys when they were found in the cave isn t correct Coach Ek was not riding on the back of the moped on the trip to the cavehe is clearly seen riding a bike in the video Dom is team captain Night is not identified in a picture Mr Cochran s book focuses on the unsung heroes of the rescue who provided resources and support and he spoke directly with one of the kids and his father to reveal a few details of life in the cave he only disclosed this interaction with the father s permission He may have gotten several of the kids mixed up I thought it was Titan the youngest who struggled in the cave not Note diverchild pairing might be off a bit But overall I enjoyed the book and revisiting the rescue and people involved after following this incredible event at the time and months afterwards

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Miracle in the Cave

For crucial hours and the death of Thai Navy SEAL diver Saman KunanGoing deep inside the area between the Thai and Myanmar border better known for methamphetamines and illegal wildlife trade Cochrane guides us through every aspect of the adventure turned nightmare turned miracle the team’s agonizing wait in the darkness; the rescuers’ battle against the forces of nature; the work of international experts who pooled their skills to help Chochrane evokes the rollercoaster of emotions every step of the way the terror optimism sadness and joy of this indelible experienceFilled with a spirit of true grit Daring to Hope is a courageous tale of perseverance and a celebration of an inspiring moment when the world came together in hope. An unprecedented rescue It takes a village to make a difference and this story is a poignant example of that Easy to read account from a news correspondent that understands and respects the culture of the country

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Featuring never before reported details and exclusive interviews with the boys and their coach the inspiring true story of how twelve members of the Wild Boar Academy Football Club and their coach survived nine days in a labyrinthine cave in Northern Thailand and of the incredible men and women who pulled off one of the greatest rescues of all timeFor nine days twelve young soccer players and their coach were confined in the dark by rising waters in the caverns of Tham Luang in Chang Rai Thailand With no food or drinking water except the condensation found on the cave walls their survival seemed unlikely Yet against the odds a team of determined divers traversed monsoon floodwaters and narrow passageways to find Coach Ek a stateles. Miracle in the Cave is about the Wild Boars and their rescue from Tham Luang Cochrane covered the rescue for the Australia Broadcasting Corporation The book gives a brief background of the boys and football coach some of whom were stateless at the time I don t usually read such uickly or timely released books This came as part of a My Book Box selection Cochrane s account is good for a couple reasons The first is he that he brings to light lesser known aspects of the story or at least lesser known in the West For instance when water was pumped out of the cave it ended up in rice fields destroying crops Cochrane also shows the cultural importance of the cave and explains cultural differences as well as the political climate I do wish he had included a photo of Saman Kunan the diver who died in the rescue


10 thoughts on “Miracle in the Cave

  1. says:

    Miracle in the Cave is about the Wild Boars and their rescue from Tham Luang Cochrane covered the rescue for the Australia Broadcasting Corporation The book gives a brief background of the boys and football coach – some of whom were

  2. says:

    Easy to read and good account of the Thai boys and coach who were trapped in a flooded cave for two weeks The author has a good grasp of Thai culture and communicates it easily I appreciate this account and learned reading it

  3. says:

    Near the end of June 2018 12 Thai boys from the Wild Boars soccer team ranging in ages from 11 15 along with their 25 year old coach went on an adventure after practice They rode their bikes to the Tham Luang cave complex to explore for an hour or so Unfortunately while they were inside the cave the ground water inside the cave began to rapid

  4. says:

    The Tham Luang cave rescue was an event that caught international attention back last year where many people both local and foreign flew in to the northern city of Chiang Rai to rescue a group of boys who were stuck deep in a cave as a result of an unexpected torrential rain; I decided to pick up this book to learn the full storyThe incident was a case of a simple adventure gone terribly wrong a group of boys from a local soccer team and th

  5. says:

    In late June in Thailand a young soccer coach and his team known as the Wild Boars planned a short excursion inside a cave after practice As they ventured into the cave they had to wade into some water to get further inside After exploring for a while they turned back to come out only to discover the water they'd waded in earlier had risen so high that it now blocked the entire passageway They were trapped inside the cave They sought ref

  6. says:

    Very good read Better than Matt Gutman's book that focused on the militarydivergovernment interactions and got a number of basic facts wrong so I uestion the accuracy of Mr Gutman's book misspelled the name of a British di

  7. says:

    If i could give this than 5 stars i would I was obsessed with this story when it happened and i am SO GLAD for a tell all about the rescue Even though i read it and KNOW they pulled it off it still seems impossible The am

  8. says:

    This was a captivating read; the insights into the Thai culture were fascinating Thank you LiamThe events are told very much from the

  9. says:

    An unprecedented rescue It takes a village to make a difference and this story is a poignant example of that Easy to read account from a news co

  10. says:

    I'd heard only a few tidbits about this incident so I thoroughly enjoyed this fascinating book