|Plot Summary of Instinct Of Survival|
Novice pilot Joe Bussil flies into an ice storm and crashes on the snow covered Yukon Mountains. Everything Joe needs to survive is lost in the crash.
Joe faces many ordeals in his new world, avalanches, a nemesis polar bear , a continuos search for food, shelter, and the Yukon itself which Joe perceives as a living entity bend on destroying him. But not all is dire and there are some lighter and even enjoyable times for Joe and his new world. That is, until the survival instinct takes control.
There are also two air traffic controllers who heard bits and pieces of Joe's distress call and finding Joe becomes an obsession with them.
Instinct of Survival is the story of one mans' will to live. But is the cost of his survival really worth it? And if it were you, would you want to give up what Joe Bussil gave up? Only you can answer these questions..The ending is only one explanation for something we do not really understand.
This synopsis report prepared by Nicholas James Garren
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|Chapter Analysis of Instinct Of Survival|
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Time/era of story:
Exploring into the wild
- surviving elements in wilderness
Kid or adult book?
- Adult or Young Adult Book
- pilot, civilian
Accounts of torture and death?
- generic/vague references to death/punishment
Amount of dialog
- significantly more descript than dialog
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