Ebook [Wave of Destruction The Stories of Four Families and History's Deadliest Tsunami science] By Erich Krauss


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  • Wave of Destruction The Stories of Four Families and History's Deadliest Tsunami
  • Erich Krauss
  • English
  • 15 June 2018
  • 9781594863783

10 thoughts on “Wave of Destruction The Stories of Four Families and History's Deadliest Tsunami

  1. says:

    Great personal stories of tragedy and resilience from Nam Khem after the 2004 Indian tsunami Author did an amazing job of introducing the characters to the reader and telling the reader how the events unfolded that day and

  2. says:

    It is easy to have compassion on the subjects of this book as they represent the sort of Thai person I knew well when I lived in the country even though I lived in the northern part of the country and not in the area near Phuket which is where this book is focused  The author himself is one of those humanitarians who visited Thailand in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami and when he wasn't busy helping to clean up the

  3. says:

    I remember the Boxing Day Tsunami well I was only 14 or so but I remember seeing the death toll rising seeing videos and

  4. says:

    In this work of non fiction Erich Krauss chronicles the story of four Thai families from the small village of Nam Keam through the worst disaster to strike Thailand ever the Tsunami of 2004This book is the perfect look at the tragedy

  5. says:

    So many of the stories we hear about the tsunami that hit Asia in 2004 are from the perspective of foreigners who were there on vacation This book tells the stories of four Thai families that lived through that terrible event

  6. says:

    Amazingly evocative and heartfelt re telling of the devastating events of the boxing day tsunami in 2004 This book follows the story of 4 families experience of the Tsunami and the immediate aftermath before giving a uick description of how they all struggled to get their lives those who survived back together in

  7. says:

    This is an excellent book The author tells the story of four Thai families from Nam Khem a poor and rather dangerous fishing village in one of the areas hardest hit by the 2005 tsunami The first third of the book introduces us to the families and the area giving us a good grounding and a connection to the people most of whom have worked hard all their lives for a very marginal standard of living In the second

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    This is not pleasant reading but it should be reuired reading for any American 12 years and beyond Let's face it We really do take what we have for granted This beautifully told story true is about four Thai families before the tsunami that hit

  9. says:

    An excellent look at the great tsunami of December 26 2004 that killed thousands in Southeast Asia focusing on a group of survivors in one Thai village that was nearly levelled It shows graphically the struggle to survive the successive waves and the aftermath including finding the bodies of loved ones having in

  10. says:

    I picked this book up because I'm planning a trip to thailand and I always like looking into nonfiction books about major events in teh area This book did not dissapoint giving me a great run down on the Tsunami an

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Wave of Destruction The Stories of Four Families and History's Deadliest Tsunami

Ending with their slow confusing uest to rebuild after the last of the bodies had been buried Krauss unveils the actions and thoughts of ordinary people who were forced to brave extraordinary circumstances Much like John Hersey did in his acclaimed book Hiroshima Krauss a gifted writer and expert in Thai culture allows the reader to experience one of the worst disasters the world has ever known through the eyes of those who will never be able to forg. This is not pleasant reading but it should be reuired reading for any American 12 years and beyond Let s face it We really do take what we have for granted This beautifully told story true is about four Thai families before the tsunami that hit Thailand in 2004 and after These people had little to nothing before the disaster even less after What they had to do to earn a living just to build a tiny little home on the beach is unimagineable to us we who think we must have at least two bathrooms in our homes to be happy Can anyone reading this who has children think of having those children work thirteen hour days at the age of 6 Could any of us imagine having our children leave home at a very early age to work for rich families families who abused them And yet while these people suffered terribly including losing loved ones we re talking one s entire family they carried on

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This exuisitely written book puts a human face on the tragedy of last year's Southeast Asian tsunami through the heartbreaking and heroic stories of four who survived this cataclysmic natural disasterErich Krauss arrived in the Thai village of Nam Keam on a relief truck 12 days after an underwater earthuake of unimaginable magnitude erupted across the ocean floor and unleashed a tsunami that destroyed millions of lives and decimated the coastline of. Great personal stories of tragedy and resilience from Nam Khem after the 2004 Indian tsunami Author did an amazing job of introducing the characters to the reader and telling the reader how the events unfolded that day and the aftermath I didn t like the way the author portrayed the Christian missionaries but unfortunately his account in this case may be accurate That was a very small part of the book and was part of the story so I don t fault him for including just wish it weren t true Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark last year's Southeast Asian tsunami through the heartbreaking and heroic stories of four who survived this cataclysmic natural disasterErich Krauss arrived in the Thai village of Nam Keam on a relief truck 12 days after an underwater earthuake of unimaginable magnitude erupted across the ocean floor and unleashed a tsunami that destroyed millions of I Love You Almost Always lives and decimated the coastline of. Great personal stories of tragedy and resilience from Nam Khem after the 2004 Indian tsunami Author did an amazing job of introducing the characters to the reader and telling the reader how the events unfolded that day and the aftermath I didn t Gloom Town like the way the author portrayed the Christian missionaries but unfortunately his account in this case may be accurate That was a very small part of the book and was part of the story so I don t fault him for including just wish it weren t true

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Southeast Asia Wandering around the wreckage in a contamination suit trying to deliver food and water he found survivors desperate to tell him what their village had been like and how their lives had been changed forever In Wave of Destruction Krauss shares the pain and privation of four villagers who made it through alive only to bury their family and friendsBeginning with their fight for life as a 40 foot wave crashed down upon their community and. In this work of non fiction Erich Krauss chronicles the story of four Thai families from the small village of Nam Keam through the worst disaster to strike Thailand ever the Tsunami of 2004This book is the perfect look at the tragedy that struck on the morning of December 26 2004 Getting to know the families where they came from how the couples met how they struggled to find work and put food on the table gave me a glimpse into a world we rarely see from the comfort of our Western homes My heart grieved for them even before the succession of giant waves hit their village I felt their sense of panic as they struggled to survive the Tsunami and their grief when they realized the extent of their loss I was angered at the injustice these locals suffered first as medical staff chose to treat foreigners first and second as looters and fraud artists took what was rightfully theirsErich Krauss did an excellent job sharing the stories of these families and this terrible tragedy I highly recommend this book