It is difficult to imagine a situation involving more despair or requiring more guts than the one Aron Ralston found himself in when his arm became pinned by a boulder on a solo hike in Utah. His gripping account is a page-turner of the highest order, and you will never again dare describe yourself as tough after reading about his pocket-knife amputation.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place by Aron Ralston
Reviewed by: Hart
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