[Ebook] 6 Below By Eric Lemarque – Pcusati.info

[Ebook] 6 Below  By Eric Lemarque – Pcusati.info In This Riveting First Person Account, Former Olympian And Professional Hockey Player Eric LeMarque Tells A Harrowing Tale Of Survival Of How, With Only A Lightweight Jacket And Thin Wool Hat, He Survived Eight Days Stranded In The Frozen Wilderness After A Snowboarding Trip Gone Horribly Wrong.Known By His National Guard Rescuers As The Miracle Man, Eric Recounts His Rise To Success And Fame As A Hockey Player And Olympian, His Long And Painful Fall Due To Crystal Meth Addiction, And His Unbelievable Ordeal In The Wilderness In The End, A Man Whose Life Had Been Based On Athleticism Would Lose Both His Legs To Frostbite And Had To Learn To Walk And Snowboard Again With Prosthetics He Realized That He Couldn T Come To Terms With His Drug Addiction Or Learn To Walk Again By Himself He Had To Depend On God For His Strength.Now An Inspirational Speaker Committed To Raising Awareness For The Dangers Of Drugs And Crystal Meth, Eric, In 6 Below, Confronts The Ultimate Test Of Survival What It Takes To Find Your Way Out Of Darkness, And After So Many Lies To Tell The Truth And, By The Grace And Guidance Of God, Begin To Live Again.


10 thoughts on “6 Below

  1. Natalie Natalie says:

    I liked Eric s ability to be candid about his mistakes in life He tells a raw truth of arrogance, drug addiction, and self destruction This Olympic hockey player tells his own story of going from having a chance at a promising athletic career to the depths of


  2. Helga Cohen Helga Cohen says:

    This was an astonishing survival story about a former Olympic athlete who almost lost his life on a Mountain Eric tells his story as a successful hockey player and former Olympian He loved powder, the snow for his snowboarding addiction and crystal meth addiction Hi


  3. Shane Shane says:

    Was this book even edited I wanted to give it a higher rating but the frustration of all the typos and errors wouldn t let me give it anything higher than two stars.


  4. Janice LeCocq Janice LeCocq says:

    It s remarkable that this man managed to survive his ordeal in the mountains, which he readily admits could have been avoided if he hadn t been addicted to drugs and otherwise just plain foolish It was a fast read, but pr...


  5. Kacey Wight Kacey Wight says:

    This has got to be one of the worst edited books I ve ever read Blatant spelling and grammar errors throughout the entire thing With that aside, it was not what I expected at all Only finished it because I paid 16 for it Im ashamed I supported this guy at all.


  6. Mark Jebson Mark Jebson says:

    Amazing book I grew up and played hockey with Eric until he moved to Michigan for school He was not only the best on our team but was far superior than any player on any team we ever played I remember hearing when Eric was missing on that mountain and thinking that if there was anyone who coul


  7. Hunter Hunter says:

    This book has been one of my favorites by far and I look forward to reading Crystal Clear Eric has been a very impactful author managing to talk about his life long family issues, anger hockey issues, and his drug addiction He does ...


  8. Michael McQueen Michael McQueen says:

    The ONLY reason this book is getting than one star is that I respect Eric s story It is certainly worthy of being in a book However, it was HORRIBLY written, and with a co author at that I felt as if the first draft went straight to pu...


  9. Debbie L Modrowski Debbie L Modrowski says:

    I couldn t put this book down, it was such a page turner Sometimes God takes us where we don t want or think we need to go, but he always knows better I thank Eric for sharing his story and his transformation.


  10. Eileen M. Gregory Eileen M. Gregory says:

    When I first saw the movie on Hulu, I watched it over four times Then read the story One of the most amazing survival stories of how God s grace saved a man trapped in the addiction Book was full of editing mistakes which I hope have since been corrected, but the story is worth the quality.


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