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The Rebound - Mehta, Sharad
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Publishamerica, 200 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=12mm, Gew.=259gr, [GR: 25420 - TB/Religion/Theologie/Allgemeines/Lexika], [SW: - Inspirational], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: "This is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again." In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctors' clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future. "This is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again." In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctors' clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future.

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This is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again." In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctors' clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future. Books Biography & Autobiography~~Sports The-Rebound~~Sharad-Mehta Publish America "This is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again." In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctors' clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future.

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aThis is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again.a In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctorsa clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future. The Rebound Mehta, Sharad "This is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again." In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctors' clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future.

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This is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again." In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctors' clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, This is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again." In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctors' clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future. Books, Biography & Autobiography~~Sports, The-Rebound~~Sharad-Mehta, 999999999, The Rebound, Sharad Mehta, 1413754058, Publish America, , , , , Publish America

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aThis is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again.a In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctorsa clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future. The Rebound Mehta, Sharad, PublishAmerica

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"This is a story about losing something, something really precious, and finding it again." In January 2001, at age forty, he suffered a sudden, near-fatal heart-attack. During his recovery, he went through countless visits to hospitals and doctors' clinics, and through two heart surgeries. After his heart attack, doctors told him that he would never jog again. Under the care of nurses and physicians, and with the support of family and friends, he recovered and trained. In April of 2003, exactly one year after a triple-bypass, open-heart surgery, he ran the Boston Marathon. Against the backdrop of a deluge of current events including 9/11, the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, and a deep economic recession that affected him personally, The Rebound describes his tribulations and success. The book is about focusing on the next step forward, refusing to be fettered by the past, or intimidated by future.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781413754056
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1413754058
Paperback
Publishing year: 2005
Publisher: Publishamerica
200 Pages
Weight: 0,259 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1413754058

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1-4137-5405-8, 978-1-4137-5405-6


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