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The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom by Slawomir RawiczThere is much controversy as to whether this account is fact or fiction. I googled the authors name and the book title and after reading dozens of articles and opinions, Im still not sure, though I lean towards thinking that the narrative is actually a composite of a number of experiences including Rawiczs.
As was said in an account on the web entitled #18 Andersons Long Walk Expedition, in which a group of people retraced Rawiczs journey, although on camels not on foot:
Attempting to find truth in every written word of the Long Walk dooms the book to skepticism. The two most poignant examples of this are Rawicz and his companions crossing the Gobi desert without water for 13 days and sighting the yeti in the Himalayas. However, both of these events occurred when Rawicz was close to death due to extreme environmental conditions. Other sections of the book, such as the descriptions of the local people and their customs are so accurate it seems impossible a Polish immigrant living in England could have made up such details without experiencing them first hand.
Giving Rawicz some creative leeway, considering English was his third or fourth language and he wrote the book more than 15 years after the walk occurred, the events in the book take on a more believable tone.
You can find the complete article on the Polartech web site.
I certainly enjoyed reading the book whether or not it was a completely true re-telling of Rawiczs experiences or not.
The story was actually transcribed by Ronald Downing, a British reporter. Im sure he took some creative liberties, especially in describing the Yeti encounter, due to his desire to find eye-witness accounts of just such meetings.
The story is exciting and moves along briskly. The prose is sparse but captures the emotion of these survivors very well. I recommend reading the book, if for no other reason, than to make up your own mind about the controversy surrounding its veracity.
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On fake reality show "Siberia," the biggest villain might be the camera
The answer? When Siberia begins, it looks a lot like Survivor. Sixteen contestants are dropped off in the middle of nowhere, somewhere in Siberia, and each is trying to survive longer than the others without any equipment or food in the remote territory of Tunguska. After the contestants race to the settlement, the last man and woman to arrive are eliminated, and the others are left to try to build fires, hunt for mushrooms… and avoid whatever is making the creepy sound in the forest. Rest assured: By the end of the first episode, something will go terribly, horribly wrong.
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These contestants are from varied walks of life and attempt to battle the elements and each other in a quest to survive the harsh winter and claim a large cash prize. What is initially met with unbridled enthusiasm quickly turns to sheer panic as a series of strange events begin to occur. The contestants soon attribute the occurrences to ruses set up by the producers, even dismissing the death of a fellow player as an accident. When a contestant is badly injured and no help arrives, the other players meet the chilling realization that the strange occurrences are not part of the show. With their safety threatened, the competitors must band together in an effort to survive.
Siberia is an American supernatural drama series shot in the style of a reality television show where 14 contestants must survive in the Siberian territory of Tunguska. Shortly after arrival, the contestants notice strange things and are abandoned by the production of the reality show. It was met with generally favorable reviews from critics and viewers, with average viewership per episode coming in around 2. Metacritic scored the show with a 63 out of The show was independently financed and only licensed to NBC and therefore has not been officially cancelled. The producers were, at one point, in talks to renew the series either on NBC or another platform.