Ten Degrees of Reckoning
A True Story of Survival
ISBN 9781101016176 | 272 pages | 19 Feb 2009 | Berkley | 8.26 x 5.23in | 18 - AND UP
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An international bestseller. A remarkable true story of one woman's courage.
In 1993, Judith and Michael Sleavin and their two children set out to sail around the world. Three years into their incredible journey, a nearby freighter altered its course by a mere ten degrees-and everything changed...
After forty-four hours in the icy water clinging to an overturned dinghy, her back broken and paralyzed below the waist, Judith miraculously survived, winding up in a small community on the New Zealand coast. Gripping, unbelievable yet true, Judith's story of courage, survival, and retribution is alternately heartrending and uplifting. It's also a story of unbreakable bonds, of shattering loss, and of one woman reborn through the strength of friendship and the profound love of strangers who became family.
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