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Download Walking Through The Ashes: A volunteer firefighter's perspective on the Rodeo- Chediski Fire epub

by Gary Phillip Holdcroft




The true story of a volunteer firefighter who finds himself involved in fighting the largest wildfire in the history of the state of Arizona.
Download Walking Through The Ashes: A volunteer firefighter's perspective on the Rodeo- Chediski Fire epub
ISBN: 1412046424
ISBN13: 978-1412046428
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering
Author: Gary Phillip Holdcroft
Language: English
Publisher: Trafford Publishing (January 24, 2005)
Pages: 190 pages
ePUB size: 1838 kb
FB2 size: 1831 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 879
Other Formats: lrf azw lrf mobi

Gathris
As a "survivor" of this devastating fire in the White Mountains of Arizona, I am always telling people new to the area about this book. It gives a different perspective than the "official" book produced in coffee-table quality. Local stores have run out of this so I was delighted to find it on Amazon; got one to replace my original that was loaned out, as well as copies for neighbors who hadn't seen it.
Gugrel
Outstanding reading true Hero’s at work throughout this book, wild land firefighters have a tough job no doubt. They were Hero’s
Bliss
I did get it for my wife's birthday and sure she will enjoy the book.
นℕĨĈტℝ₦
I am new to living in the Arizona mountains where Gary's story takes place. I have driven through the area of forest where blackened trees still stand and sensed the gothic eeriness of this sad event, and now I know the details of that terrible fire. Gary's story is a page turner and the witness of one volunteer fire fighter's experience. As a former librarian I would highly recommend this book for youth and adults. And you don't have to live in Arizona to appreciate this tale of a volunteer who found himself helping to battle the largest wildfire in the history of the State of Arizona.
Shazel
I found this book to be very moving.It makes you feel as though you are right there with Gary and his fellow firefighters as they try to save their neighborhoods.I found the book to be very hard to put down and found myself thinking about the book during the day.At times, I was brought to tears as I read about the homes that were destroyed and the pets that were displaced by this awful fire. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys real life adventures.