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  • Title: 127 Hours
  • Author: Aron Ralston
  • ISBN: 9781849835596
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
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    Hours Jan , Hours is the true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston s remarkable adventure to save himself after a fallen boulder crashes on his arm and traps him in an isolated canyon in Utah. Hours Hours Rotten Tomatoes Hours is a classic, albeit internalized, adventure story juiced up with Boyle s attention deficit disorder camera work, which renders the world a pop music fueled, caffeinated frenzy, as Watch Hours Prime Video Hours is unsurprisingly only eight nine minutes in length The first ten minutes introduces Ralston through a dutch angled bike ride across the park Darude s Sandstorm anyone before presenting the main claustrophobic event. HOURS Full Length Official Trailer HD YouTube Oct , The new full length HD trailer for HOURS, directed by Danny Boyle SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, DAYS LATER and starring James Franco In theaters November th Hours YouTube Mar , From Danny Boyle, the Academy Award winning director of s Best Picture, Slumdog Millionaire, comes HOURS HOURS is the true story of mountain cl Aron Ralston And The Harrowing True Story Of Hours Jun , Aron Ralston And The Harrowing True Story Of Hours Aron Ralston the man behind the true story of Hours drank his own urine and carved his own epitaph before amputating his arm in a Utah canyon Aron Ralston, subject of the true story of Hours poses for a portrait during the Toronto International Film Festival.

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    About Author

    1. Aron Ralston says:
      Aron Ralston grew up in the Midwest before moving to Colorado when he was twelve, a place where he became an avid outdoorsman In 2002, he gave up a career as a mechanical engineer in New Mexico and moved to Aspen, Colorado, where among other things he continued his attempt to climb the fifty nine Colorado peaks of than 14,000 feet solo in winter he s than three quarters through Since his accident, he has resumed his life of adventure and discovery.

    Comment 163 on “127 Hours

    1. Phillip Harben says:
      The book was fine, quite gripping in the cavern sections, not so much when telling us about his past What came through was that this extraordinary man was lucky not to have been killed many times in the past with his somewhat lackadaisical attitude to safety Not bad, but not a book I m willing to re read in the future.

    2. Tina Cunningham says:
      This was my second reading and I ve seen the movie as well A gripping story about an extraordinary young man who faced death and won It s like watching Titanic you know how the story ends but getting there is harrowing Aron Ralston may be either an adrenaline junky or an adventurer who seeks ever challenging physical adventures His story is full of technical info about climbing, skiing, and hiking which can be skimmed if you re not into that level of detail It s amazing that he was able to reca [...]

    3. Leah says:
      Wow If this guy wasn t so busy climbing riding over things, he should have been a writer His writing was quite lyrical at times I love his descriptions of things The only criticism I have of the book was it drove me crazy, especially towards the end of the book when he d switch over to what everyone else was doing in the last 20 30 hrs Anyway, he is a very inspiring man O

    4. David Pedersen says:
      Was the perfect book to read before my trip to southern Utah watched the film shortly after finishing the book The first person account from Aron was phenomenal you were literally allowed inside his head and line of thinking to truly understand how such a catastrophe took place

    5. Is says:
      I feel it to be presumptuous to even think about a review of a story that tells the story of someone who lived through a horrendous experience but I can share how I felt after I am glad he lived, I feel sorry for what he lived through I am impressed of his self description, putting him not into the most likeable category I appreciate what felt to me like honesty Am I glad I read this book NoWould I recommend it to someone Only if that someone shows resemblance to Aaron in his pursuit of outdoor [...]

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