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A Break in Mendoza (ebook)
by Carl Igolen-Robinson. A Break in Mendoza is the inspirational story of a courageous 15 year old English boy who breaks his neck in a rugby match in Argentina
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A Break in Mendoza

ISBN: (EB) 9781912243761
ISBN (Printed): (PB) 9781912243778
File Types: ePub
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Foreword by World Cup Winner, Will Greenwood MBE
“…cathartic, celebratory, comic, collaborative and coruscatingly emotive.”
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A Break in Mendoza is the inspirational story of a courageous 15 year old English boy who breaks his neck in a rugby match in Argentina, needing major surgery before he can return home. He and his father don’t speak Spanish; a near catastrophic injury and a near impossible situation! The rugby community rallies. Luke is determined to recover and play his beloved sport again. With unconditional support from new Argentinian friends, international players, skilled medical professionals and iron resolve, he does just that. An emotional father and son journey, A Break In Mendoza charts a year in the life of a young rugby player trying to put his life and rugby career back together and the extraordinary events along the way.

In support of the RFU Injured Players Foundation: rfuipf.org.uk.

 

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“This really is an amazing and inspirational story, a nightmare scenario that all parents dread and yet an outcome that is so uplifting that you just have to treat yourself and read it.”
Will Carling, OBE

“Amazing story!!”
Will Greenwood, MBE

“It is a deserved tribute to a talented and courageous young man…a story of humanity at its best and at its most fragile where suffering is matched/superseded by sympathy, empathy, community and love.”
John Hargreaves

 

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