Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Firth's Chasm: In the Blink of an Eye Paperback by Travis James
"Firth's Chasm: In the Blink of an Eye," by Travis James grabs you from the very beginning and take you on a roller coaster ride -- a great one at that. This book is action-packed and is a must-read. If you haven't read it, what are you waiting for? Take a look. Enjoy!
Firth's Chasm: In the Blink of an Eye Paperback – June 24, 2020
by Travis James (Author)
On a good day, any sane person could never imagine what it would feel like to be on a doomed crashing jetliner, much less live to tell the tale.
A combination of fiction and non-fiction, impossible to tell which, is the story of one man that lives to tell the experience as the jetliner starts breaking apart at the arctic circle above Canada.
Living through the experience is horrendous enough by itself, but when Travis James realizes that his life is thought to be forfeited in the wreckage and there is no help coming? He goes into survival mode as his damaged body wreaks havoc and keeps him trapped in the wilderness, keeping him from traveling south to safety.
A man of means, aching to return to his family that believes he is dead, is the driving force that pushes a man to the limits and beyond of his ability as the unfriendly terrain takes its toll.
When the push south finally begins, the trail is littered with agony and death as the civilized world refuses to acknowledge that there were any survivors or that he is anything other than a homeless man.
A disfigured Travis is constantly trying to decide whether to join his family, knowing he no longer looks quite the same, or to wander off into the sunset and save his family more grief.
Some names have been changed to protect the innocent.
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· Paperback: 328 pages
· Publisher: Terradyne; Trilogy ed. edition (June 24, 2020)
· Language: English
· ISBN-10: 1734889217
· ISBN-13: 978-1734889215
· Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
TRIVIA ABOUT THE BOOK
This book is the middle book of a trilogy written by Travis James. Written in 6 weeks, 1-2 hours a night on an iPhone in notes, because this story is both fictional and non-fictional and is a recurring dream 2-4 nights a week. the author was told to put the dream together word for word and then read it over to eliminate the nightmares. That didn't work, so as others read the story, the author was encouraged to let others see the story so that people could appreciate that not all lives and paths that we humans chose to take end up even close to the way we initially hope.
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