|A True Story of Wilderness Adventure|
The peaceful atmosphere of the North Woods of Quebec can be deceptive.
Norman Stroll, a retired Wall Street broker, and his son, Brad set out for a two week wilderness adventure, just as they have done every autumn for many years.
On what seems to be a routine journey, a series of small mistakes leads to a near catstrophic result.
A rain-gorged river flings their canoe against a boulder leaving the men stranded with little food. From that instant the lives of both men begin changing--radically and rapidly. The two face starvation, hypothermia, near fatal accidents, storms, the onset of winter, and the prospect of a lonely death.
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