[EPUB] ✿ The Fire Line: The Story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots ❄ Fernanda Santos – Paydayloansnsi.co.uk

The Fire Line: The Story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots When A Bolt Of Lightning Ignited A Hilltop In The Sleepy Town Of Yarnell, Arizona, In June Of , Setting Off A Blaze That Would Grow Into One Of The Deadliest Fires In American History, The Men Who Made Up The Granite Mountain Hotshots Sprang Into Action An Elite Crew Trained To Combat The Most Challenging Wildfires, The Granite Mountain Hotshots Were A Ragtag Family Crisscrossing The American West And Wherever Else The Fires Took Them The Hotshots Were Loyal To One Another And Dedicated To The Tough Job They Had There Was Eric Marsh, Their Devoted And Demanding Superintendent Who Turned His Own Personal Demons Into Lessons He Used To Mold, Train, And Guide His Crew Jesse Steed, Their Captain, A Former Marine, A Beast On The Fire Line And A Family Man Who Wasn T Afraid To Say I Love You To The Firemen He Led And Andrew Ashcraft, A Team Leader Still In His S Who Struggled To Balance His Love For His Beautiful Wife And Four Children And His Passion For Fighting Wildfires We See This Band Of Brothers At Work, At Play, And At Home Until A Fire That Burned In Their Own Backyards Leads To A National Tragedy In This Impeccably Researched Audiobook, Drawing Upon Than A Hundred Hours Of Interviews With The Firefighters Families And Colleagues, State And Federal Officials, And Fire Historians And Researchers, New York Times Phoenix Bureau Chief Fernanda Santos Has Written A Riveting, Pulse Pounding Narrative Of An Unthinkable Disaster, A Remarkable Group Of Men, And The Raging Wildfires That Threaten Our Country S Treasured Wild Lands

4 thoughts on “The Fire Line: The Story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots

  1. AZ Scholar AZ Scholar says:

    This is an insightful story about that ill fated event As a seasonal wildland firefighter with over 20 years of experience, I have worked with, and known literally hundreds of young men just like these They are your neighbor, former classmate, brother, cousin and best friend Many are coll

  2. Jessie's Book Blog Jessie's Book Blog says:

    This book was hard to get through, especially because it is true I knew about this fire happening back in June 2013 but I really got curious about it after going to see Only The Brave that is out in theaters right now After seeing the movie, I immediately starting searching for books about the Gran

  3. Janice M. Richards Janice M. Richards says:

    Riveting Factual Heartbreaking As residents of Prescott, AZ, we still feel a punch in the gut when we remember our 19 heroes The author places your heart in the center of each family as well as revealing the inner strength of each wildland firefighter She does not sensationalize the fire or the men or the fa

  4. Creedenceaz Creedenceaz says:

    A disclaimer, I live in Prescott Valley, AZ that is mentioned numerous times in the book I was out of town the day of their deaths but returned the following day I saw much of this play out over the next year.About 150 miles North of here is the Navajo nation who weave rugs that are gorgeous Fernanda Santos weaves a s

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