Published September 2003 | ISBN: 1-55285-5104
On a wilderness river in contemporary northern Canada, two fifteen-year-old boys, Jake and Peter, find themselves kayaking down ninety-five miles of whitewater rapids to summon help for a stranded and injured rafting party. The feat tests their physical and psychological stamina, as well as their friendship. As they pit themselves against time and wilderness dangers, they learn the value of cooperation, trust and determination. They also learn to trust their instincts and face adversity with courage. Above all, they redefine friendship and winning.
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Raging River is an incredible story that completely captivated me. It made me feel I was living the adventure. If you like adventure, it’s a must read.
“the world’s most extreme kayaker” (USA Today), three-time world record holder and Pre-Worlds Champion
I was lucky to find a passion for kayaking at an early age. Raging River captures the excitement and love for the sport that has kept me motivated to chase my dreams. This book really takes it to the extreme.
11-time Canadian National Champion in whitewater slalom kayaking, 1999 World Champion, three-time Olympian and eight-time World Cup medallist
This book has it all—exciting outdoor adventure, depth of background on real outdoor sports and natural environments, and a positive portrayal of First Nations people. It reminds me of action Disney films; maybe a screenplay is next!
Executive Director, Strathcona Lodge and Canadian Outdoor Leadership Training
I loved the book! It was so fantastic, I read it all in one sitting. An action-filled tale of adventure in the Canadian wilderness. These boys experience a dream adventure!
three-time Olympian, ten-time U.S. National Champion kayak racer,and author of Every Crushing Stroke: The Book of Performance Kayaking
"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm."
- Sir Winston Churchill