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MANUEL PINO is a Chilean Journalist, who was one of the first reporters at the disaster site, interviewing families at Camp Hope. Pino also served as editor of the Latin America and World sections of La Opinion in Los Angeles, California, the largest and most important Spanish daily newspaper in the U.S. He is a contributor for Radio Francia Internacional, the television network ATEI in Spain; and Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanos.

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"We may never have a complete account or true understanding of all that was happening in the Atacama desert at the San Jose Mine, but "Buried Alive, " by celebrated Chilean journalist Manuel Pino Toro, gives us a complete and accurate account of how the story unfolded and just how each of the thirty-three miners played a crucial role in their survival and rescue. Toro reveals how the miracle happened and takes the reader on a journey of amazing discovery and high drama. It's a story we simply can't get enough of, and Toro has a unique perspective as one of Chile's foremost journalists."--from the Foreword by Natalie Morales"A riveting tale of courage, faith, and perseverance of the human spirit. Told by Pino Toro, a Chilean journalist, this account is written in a suspenseful fashion that exposes the raw emotions of the families, the country, and the world as the uncertainty over the fate of the miners unfolds in dramatic fashion. The author applies his journalistic skills to bring the reader the experience of living, praying, and waiting in Camp Esperanza. [He] keeps the reader engrossed in this real-life drama and uplifting story of triumph."--Library Journal


We may never have a complete account or true understanding of all that was happening in the Atacama desert at the San Jose Mine, but "Buried Alive, " by celebrated Chilean journalist Manuel Pino Toro, gives us a complete and accurate account of how the story unfolded and just how each of the thirty-three miners played a crucial role in their survival and rescue. Toro reveals how the miracle happened and takes the reader on a journey of amazing discovery and high drama. It's a story we simply can't get enough of, and Toro has a unique perspective as one of Chile's foremost journalists. "from the Foreword by Natalie Morales" A riveting tale of courage, faith, and perseverance of the human spirit. Told by Pino Toro, a Chilean journalist, this account is written in a suspenseful fashion that exposes the raw emotions of the families, the country, and the world as the uncertainty over the fate of the miners unfolds in dramatic fashion. The author applies his journalistic skills to bring the reader the experience of living, praying, and waiting in Camp Esperanza. [He] keeps the reader engrossed in this real-life drama and uplifting story of triumph. "Library Journal""


We may never have a complete account or true understanding of all that was happening in the Atacama desert at the San Jose Mine, but Buried Alive, by celebrated Chilean journalist Manuel Pino Toro, gives us a complete and accurate account of how the story unfolded and just how each of the thirty-three miners played a crucial role in their survival and rescue. Toro reveals how the miracle happened and takes the reader on a journey of amazing discovery and high drama. It's a story we simply can't get enough of, and Toro has a unique perspective as one of Chile's foremost journalists. from the Foreword by Natalie Morales A riveting tale of courage, faith, and perseverance of the human spirit. Told by Pino Toro, a Chilean journalist, this account is written in a suspenseful fashion that exposes the raw emotions of the families, the country, and the world as the uncertainty over the fate of the miners unfolds in dramatic fashion. The author applies his journalistic skills to bring the reader the experience of living, praying, and waiting in Camp Esperanza. [He] keeps the reader engrossed in this real-life drama and uplifting story of triumph. Library Journal"

"We may never have a complete account or true understanding of all that was happening in the Atacama desert at the San Jose Mine, but Buried Alive, by celebrated Chilean journalist Manuel Pino Toro, gives us a complete and accurate account of how the story unfolded and just how each of the thirty-three miners played a crucial role in their survival and rescue. Toro reveals how the miracle happened and takes the reader on a journey of amazing discovery and high drama. It's a story we simply can't get enough of, and Toro has a unique perspective as one of Chile's foremost journalists." --from the Foreword by Natalie Morales"A riveting tale of courage, faith, and perseverance of the human spirit. Told by Pino Toro, a Chilean journalist, this account is written in a suspenseful fashion that exposes the raw emotions of the families, the country, and the world as the uncertainty over the fate of the miners unfolds in dramatic fashion. The author applies his journalistic skills to bring the reader the experience of living, praying, and waiting in Camp Esperanza. [He] keeps the reader engrossed in this real-life drama and uplifting story of triumph." --Library Journal

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