Lost in Shangri-La - Mitchell Zuckoff

Lost in Shangri-La

By Mitchell Zuckoff

  • Release Date: 2011-04-26
  • Genre: Military
Lost in Shangri-La book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 2,595 Ratings)

Lost in Shangri-La Mitchell Zuckoff Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Lost in Shangri-La

    By Ken Verrett
    True story, well researched, reads like a piece of good fiction. Clearly justifies that generation’s title “The Greatest”.
  • Lost in shangrala

    By Lovswimming
    Outstanding first book I've read in a long time due to eye issues but I'm so happy I read this one
  • Excellent Read

    By Norm333
    Very compelling read. A true story of courage and fortitude in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.
  • A New Fan of Mitchell Zuckoff

    By SoldierMedic1990
    Zuckoff sends you on a journey through Shangri-La in such a way that you feel as though you experienced the two-month ordeal with the survivors and rescuers. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading tales of adventure.
  • Lost in Shangri-La

    By Bookworm Sue
    I enjoyed reading this book although "true historical" books are not usually my choice of reading material. I thought it was a bit tiresome to read at times with too much military information, but since it was a true story, I can see the importance of including it in the story. Anyone interested in true military stories would really enjoy this book.
  • Lost in Shangri-la

    By Sis of 3
    This was a good read~captivating from the 1st page. I appreciated the photos throughout the book, helping to keep the growing cast fresh.
  • Riveting Piece of History

    By Uprite Bear
    Loved reading about these heroes. Nothing like being dumped in a jungle complete with primative natives.
  • Good read of survival

    By SSFD541
    Nice rainy day, cozy up with this book of survival. As many events are simply unplanned, this started out as a simple ride to uncharted territory. It turned out to be a test of survival, a woman shows her total ability to adapt to the situation and the men who survived with her. Many hero's in this story, the best comes through - as it always does. We don't hear much about everyday hero's today, but it is in each of us, when we volunteer, help strangers, just be nice when it isn't called for. So this story is about all us, in a way. A good read, thoughtful.
  • Good book

    By Lord of LTL
    Had to read it with big breaks in between.
  • Lost in Shangri-La

    By N2KZJ
    Couldn't put it down. Non-fiction at its best.

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