Into the Cave: The Inspirational Inside Story of the Thai Soccer Team Rescue

Into the Cave: The Inspirational Inside Story of the Thai Soccer Team Rescue☁ Into the Cave: The Inspirational Inside Story of the Thai Soccer Team Rescue PDF / Epub ✎ Author Liam Cochrane – Bluevapours.co.uk Twelve boys and one coach ten kilometres of tunnels one huge rescue effortWhen a team of soccer players from the Wild Boar Academy Football Club a scrappy club of undocumented migrants and outcasts be Twelve boys and Cave: The ePUB ´ one coach ten kilometres of tunnels one huge rescue effortWhen a team of soccer players from the Wild Boar Academy Football Club a scrappy club of undocumented migrants and outcasts became stranded behind rising water in a labyrinthine Thai cave system, they set in train a drama that would captivate the worldNine days later, still trapped in the dark without food, and with only water leaking through the walls to drink, their survival seemed unlikely Yet against the odds a team of determined divers traversed floodwaters and narrow cave ways to Into the PDF/EPUB ² locate the boys alive and hopeful And so began one of the most daring rescues the world has seenABC foreign correspondent Liam Cochrane was on the ground as the dramatic events unfolded Using his local knowledge and firsthand connections, he puts us at the centre of the story, as we witness the boys agonising wait, the divers battle against muddy currents, the race to pump out flooded caves, and the work of the often quirky international experts who flew in to helpHe also reveals un reported or little known information about the families the background the Cave: The PDF Æ politics the near misses and tragedies the burn out the triumph and what the future holds for a bunch of children and their coach whose fun excursion after soccer practice turned suddenly deadly.

Liam Cochrane is Cave: The ePUB ´ the Australian Broadcasting Corporation s Southeast Asia correspondent, based in Bangkok He spentthan two weeks in Mae Sai covering the cave rescue, one of those weeks stationed outside the cave entrance in the mud Liam began his career in journalism in Cambodia in , as a reporter, then managing editor of the Phnom Penh Post He freelanced in Nepal for two years and returned to Melbourne to host Connect Asia on ABC Radio Australia Before Bangkok, Liam was posted to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea considered the ABC s toughest correspondent Into the PDF/EPUB ² position He was the only foreign reporter on Manus Island when Australia s asylum seeker detention centre was attacked in .

Into the Cave: The Inspirational Inside Story of the Thai
    iOS for the iPad is the biggest iOS release ever the dramatic events unfolded Using his local knowledge and firsthand connections, he puts us at the centre of the story, as we witness the boys agonising wait, the divers battle against muddy currents, the race to pump out flooded caves, and the work of the often quirky international experts who flew in to helpHe also reveals un reported or little known information about the families the background the Cave: The PDF Æ politics the near misses and tragedies the burn out the triumph and what the future holds for a bunch of children and their coach whose fun excursion after soccer practice turned suddenly deadly."/>
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Into the Cave: The Inspirational Inside Story of the Thai Soccer Team Rescue
  • Liam Cochrane
  • 16 July 2017
  • 073334013X

10 thoughts on “Into the Cave: The Inspirational Inside Story of the Thai Soccer Team Rescue

  1. Fiona says:

    This is a good insight into the complexities of the Thai cave rescue So many people were involved all doing something extraordinary in their attempts to rescue these young boys and their coach.You do get a sense of the difficulties they faced and how hard it would have been to get everything co ordinated to ensure a successful outcome.At times it is very confusing because there are so many people being named and I found it hard to keep track of who was who and what they were doing.Because we kn This is a good insight into the complexities of the Thai cave rescue So many people were involved all doing something extraordinary in their attempts to rescue these young boys and their coach.You do get a sense of the difficulties they faced and how hard it would have been to get everything co ordinated to ensure a successful outcome.At times it is very confusing because there are so many people being named and I found it hard to keep track of who was who and what they were doing.Because we know there was a good outcome, there is a lack of suspense in some ways.There is a sense of urgency relayed to the reader but not the suspense which would have been felt by the people involved at the actual time

  2. David says:

    Skip read on multiple occasions Really an amazing story with apart from one sad exception, a great outcome Being in Australia when the event occurred we got a biased view as to the participants but Cochrane provided a good dealinformation encompassing the many people involved

  3. Hmy says:

    great read, everybody loves a happy ending

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