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Into the Cave Well written back story if the Thai cave rescue In general I don’t really follow the news It can make me sad and despairing and angry so I’m generally happy to live in a little bubble of ignorance But I followed this story a little when it broke last year and really how could I not It was one of the biggest stories of the year So it’s no real surprise that there’s now a couple of books on the market capitalising on thisBut wow Wow Wow Wow If you want a book to make you not sad and not despairing and not angry then this is it This is the antidote to the bleak news and yes I get that that’s why it was such a massive news story I feel like this story could be the poster child for globalisation The combined effort of thousands of people to get the team out of the cave was just phenomenal The sheer technical expertise and precision reuired was unbelievable and everyone was just so damn thorough in their preparation and in their contingency planning There’s a piece of advice that floats around in times of crisis and it’s “look for the helpers” Read this book the helpers are everywhere and it makes me happy to be alive I burst out crying multiple times throughout this book Very descriptive and emotionally charged “They were average kids who’d had an extraordinary misadventure Their lives no special than any others Against all odds they had defied the fears of even their rescuers and somehow made it out alive Their journey into darkness so close to death had managed to unite a divided world just for a moment” Liam Cochrane “It was little wonder that this story had touched the hearts of so many people around the world It had it all a misadventure we could all relate to; children trapped and hungry; the race against time; the water rising falling; the world seeing it’s best and bravest; the tragedy of an unexpected death; then the dramatic rescue playing our slowly bit by bit; and in the end somehow pulling off what seemed impossible and giving the world a moment of much needed happiness At the time when the news cycle was so often full of violence meanness and stupidity here was something we could all get behind For once we were all on one side United in hope We were all on Team Wild Boars And for just a moment when the boys and their coach emerged from the cave it felt like we’d all won” Liam Cochrane “We just went cave diving for a few days and were able to get these kids out these awards have been completely unexpected and we’re just trying to emphasise how big a part so many people played in this We’re just a couple of ordinary blokes with an unusual hobbie The part we played has been made out to be a lot noble that it actually was we just consider ourselves to be lucky to have had some skills that we could contribute to the wonderful outcome” Dr Richard Harris “Cave diving is what we do That bit didn’t reuire anything special But what we are not used to is holding these little humans and their faith completely up to us What we did at the time made all the difference between them surviving and not” Craig Challen These uotes of Dr Richard Harris and Craig Challen shows the caliber of these men who were humble and sort no accolades For their efforts they were presented with the Star of Courage the second highest Australian bravery decoration awarded for ‘acts of conspicuous courage in circumstances of great peril’ They would both go on to be nominated in each of their own home States They were both awarded Australian of the Year for 2019 A well deserved recognition for their courage bravery and determination The six Australian Federal Police rescue specialists and a member of the Navy received bravery Medals All nine including Dr Richard Harris and Craig Challen received the Medal of the Order of AustraliaThis truly was a Mission Impossible operation where the international community came together to attempt a feat never before attempted There was only a small window of opportunity to get these boys and their coach out before the monsoon rains would again flood the cave Every specialist person in this international team played their imperative role in this operation Even the rescuers themselves thought that they would have casualties along the way and that the mission would not be a guaranteed success With the eyes of the world upon them the pressure they were under never abated This truly was one of the most remarkable rescue operations in modern historyhttpswwwfacebookcom777149828po A well researched book of the amazing rescue mission that grabbed the attention of all the world This book recognises all the players involved in the mission and tells the story in chronological order An unbelievable story amazing than fiction Inspiring Real Life Rescue Wow such an inspiring real life story of the international phenomenaoperational rescue full of risks cultural unity language barrier folklore compromise and controversy Love this book I got choked up a few times reading this Such a page turner non fiction The world came together to rescues 12 boys and 1 coach as we know them as 13 Wild Boars football soccer team in Chiang Rai Thailand Thankful for each and every single one of the volunteers selfless help from Britain Australia The USA China and all around the world Words cannot describe how appreciative Thai people are Thank you thank you thank you Such a story of the centuryThe author managed to include cultural emphasis and political controversy during the operation rescue nicely The book is also written very well with easy to understand scientific and military facts about the cave diving engineering and politics love this book Highly recommend for everyone who’s looking for the good in the worldRIP Ex Navy SEAL Sergeant Sam Gunan and thank you from the deepest of my heart for your sacrifice The Cave is definitely the main character here This is a well researched well written book but I needed a spreadsheet and an engineering lesson to keep track of everything The technical details overwhelmed me and it was difficult to keep track of some of the players Incredible I just love this story and always teary when all 12 Wild Boars and the Coach get out of the cave hooyah Twelve boys and one coach; ten kilometres of tunnels; one huge rescue effort When 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 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 uirky international experts who flew in to helpHe also reveals un reported or little known information about the families; the background 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


About the Author: Liam Cochrane

Liam Cochrane is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Southeast Asia correspondent based in Bangkok He spent than 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 2004 as a reporter then managing editor of the Phnom Penh Post He freelanced in Nepal for two years and re


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