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not always know where the journey will lead us We might feel a always know where the journey will lead us We might feel a of difficulty but all paths lead to discovery Both good and bad life events contribute to the fabric of who we are as ndividuals and as a civilization If we continue to trek purposefully toward our dreams nto the planet and beyond we just might achieve the mpossible Jill Heinerth seems to have led a life of trekking purposefully toward her dreams and despite personal sacrifices and the constant risk of mortal danger she has built an enviable career as a cave diver and explorer as
AN ADVANCED OF TECHNICAL DIVINGadvanced trainer of technical diving as a filmmaker and writer Part memoir part chronicle of cave diving and the evolving science that allows humans to go deeper and for longer on these dangerous dives Into the Planet Claiming the Enemy (Porter Brothers Trilogy, is an often thrilling and alwaysnteresting book about an extreme sport and an extreme life Note I read an ARC and passages uoted may not be n their final forms The archway of ce above our heads s furrowed like the surface of a golf ball carved by the hand of the sea Iridescent blue Wedgwood azure cerulean cobalt and pastel robin s egg meld with chalk and silvery alabaster The ce After the Ice is vibrant bright and at the same time ghostly shadowy The beauty contradicts the danger We are the first people to cave divenside an Super Grandma and Super Grandpa (The Unknown Superheroes iceberg And we may not live to tell the story The book opens with a prologue setnside the Murder in Mind iceberg known as B 15 a large chunk of Antarctica that broke offn the year 2000 and at the time that Heinerth and two others made several unprecedented dives The World in Winter intots The Asylum interiort was the largest free floating object on Earth and right from the beginning the storytelling Trick (Foolish Kingdoms, is thrilling and beautifully wrought The narrative then rewinds to Heinerth s childhood and early adult experiences and stillt s all fascinating When the young professional decides to leave her life and her career as the co owner of a Toronto based graphic design firm The Road He Travelled in order to become a divenstructor The Sea Garden in the Caribbean her journeysnto the planet begin Introducing the Ancient Greeks in earnest As every major expedition that Heinreth and her co divers propose reuire sponsors and fundraising before the factt s The Student Cookbook interesting to see how she eventually uses her expertisen graphic design and photography to create the brochures and promotional materials that make the eventual dives possible and then to see how she develops her love of underwater photography Torpedo Run into groundbreaking filmmaking The stories of the major dives that follow are worthy of any fictional adventure novel but I have to admit that I wasn t asnterested The Driver in the parallel story of the author s strained marriage to fellow diver Paul Heinreth but can t ultimately fault her for putting this large part of her lifento her own memoir I was De glazen troon (De glazen troon, intrigued by the additional pressures that the author faced as one of the few womenn her field and acknowledge that Silent Witnesses it must have been horrible to be a pioneer at the dawn of thenternet before most of us knew to The Hawthorn Crown (The Changeling, ignore the trolls As the story of an adventuresome life thiss all good stuff If you cave dive long enough you will eventually face the death of a friend Worse you may even recover the body of one or hold them as their life force ebbs In those moments your life will be changed forever Back then The Past is Myself The Road Ahead Omnibus in Huaulta I was new enough to cave diving and exploration that I had not yet lost a close friend In my gut I knew thatf I were going to participate The Common Years in extreme endeavors like this expedition my days ofnnocence were numbered There The Valkyrie Song (Jan Fabel, is uite a bit about the dangersnvolved Inishowen in trying to dive deeper and longer than anyone has before cave diving seems to be an extremely competitive endeavor and Heinreth knows that every time she swimsnto the unknown she not only risks her own life but the peace and mental security of those she might leave behind and particularly the peace and mental security of those of her friends who might be called upon to recover her lifeless body The Other Side of the Coyne if she fails to resurface on her own Heinreth explains that she has the 7R gene that causes people to seek the dopamine rush of novel situations but unlike those who participaten extreme sports for the thrills alone Heinreth stresses the scientific knowledge that her dives have provided and especially those dives that trace the surprising sources and underground pathways of drinking water and that does seem to legitimise her endeavors beyond the because Zombacter it s there ethos Overall thiss the story of a large life and La muñeca asesina it s told well I m glad to have gotten to know Jill Heinreth and I wish her success and safetyn the future. ??s beauty beyond the danger of diving and while Heinerth swims beneath our feet Risking It All in the lifeblood of our planet she works with biologists discovering new species physicists tracking climate change and hydrogeologists examining our finite freshwater reserves Written with hair raisingntensity Into the Planetis the first book to deliver an The Housekeeper and the Professor intimate account of cave diving transporting readers deepnto nner space where fear must be reconciled and a mission’s success balances between knowing one’s limits and pushing the envelope of human endurance. .
Jill Heinerth õ 7 ReadWhen my husband was stationed n Hawaii long before we were married his
main hobby was to go scuba diving He and his friends would gethobby was to go scuba diving He and his friends would get work grab their gear and enjoy the gorgeous underwater scenery While I myself have never dived his stories made some of the terminology n the book familiar and I loved reading a book about one of his favorite The Complete Idiots Guide to Buying Foreclosures interests When one thinks of diving one probably thinks of doing son the sea especially Asian Bites in the tropical areas where the seas are clear turuoise and the wildlife abundant But Heinerth choosesnstead to dive Perfect in much less accessible places places likenside of an ceberg n Antarctica or deep Avengers inside a cave systemn Mexico places where a broken guide line could mean certain death She dives not just for the thrill of t but to show people how nterconnected we all are and to educate people about their earthly home But as with any male dominated profession she has to work extra hard to make her colleagues recognize her worth The stories of her dives are American Prince incredible The photos shencludes are absolutely stunning I just wish there were sketches perhaps of some of her dives because I had a hard time The Devouring (The Devouring, imagining exactly what was happening especially during her divesn Mexico and the ones n Antarctica This book s highly recommended for anyone who loves to armchair travel to the most exotic of locations A fascinating look The Campaign for Domestic Happiness into the world of cave diving Shes also a woman working Il tesoro di Gengis Khan (Le avventure di Dirk Pitt, in a male dominated field so a lot of the book looks at how she deals with the sexism she faces Suspenseful she divesnto The Complete Idiots Guide to Crowdsourcing icebergs and with polar bears andn claustrophobic uncharted spaces and thoughtful I definitely recommend The Complete Idiots Guide to Fondues and Hot Dips it I will take you on an uncomfortable rendezvous with fear You will feel cold and claustrophobic when you read this book But I challenge you to recognize the humanityn that sensation of terror you re experiencing I encourage you to accept that you are an explorer like me Before reading Into the Planet I knew very little about cave diving As an avid Nat Geo reader I have seen some Aloha Rodeo incredible photos takenn remote caves but I had absolutely no Stealing Venice idea of the techniue training and skill that lies behind those photos until I read this book Jill Heinerth s story had me hooked from the very beginning The prologue opens with a harrowing scene setn the middle of an All aboard the Ninky Nonk! iceberg and then transitions back to her earlier yearsn the first chapter The story touches on her The Lady and the Peacock introduction to cave diving follows her major diving expeditions and highlights some of her best diving stories Throughout the book Heinerth also weaves a subtle reminder of themportance of water and Another Mothers Love its protection and conservation This books my favorite non fiction read of the year so far I absolutely loved THE AGE OF ARTHUR: WARFARE IN THE BRITISH DARK AGES, 400 AD - 800 AD: WARHAMMER HISTORICAL. it Heinerth s proses beautiful She artfully transported me to the underwater caves as she retold her diving experiences which are fascinating exhilarating and even terrifying at times The pacing worked well There weren t too many flashbacks and I never felt lost I also appreciated her explanations of the technical side of diving It wasn t complicated but Three by Atiq Rahimi it was enough that I understood what was going on and why certain things happened If I had any criticism at allt might be that the last part of the book doesn t seem as cohesive as the rest of the book but The Witchs Kind it was no less captivating than any other part Heinerth will no doubtnspire a new generation of cave divers with her memoir but for me The Galapagos Affair it confirmed that I am definitely too claustrophobic to take up cave diving Nonetheless I still loved the opportunity to journey along with Heinerth and explore some of the deepest parts of the earth through her eyes I will definitely re visit this book againn the futureA huge thanks to Jill Heinerth HarperCollins Publishers and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this lovely book Four years ago when I was diving Rome Sweet Rome in Derawan East Kalimantan I asked the dive shop to bring me to a site called Blue Light However I was rejected sincet s a cave and I did not have a cave diving specialty certification That was the first time I paid specific attention about cave diving which still has not been a common practice n Indonesia yetAfter reading this book I became even discouraged Silt and hard enclosed environment are not my jam at all I ll stick with the clear blue tropical water with colorful corals and creatures thank youThat Blood Rites (The Dresden Files, is why I have a huge respect to Jilln only nine years since her certification she managed to swim hundreds of meters Goalie Interference (1Night Stand in the bowels of earth did the first 3D map of an underwater cave A few years later she became the first person to dive the. From one of the world’s most renowned cave divers a firsthand account of exploring the earth’s final frontier the hidden depths of our oceans and the sunken cavesnside our planetMore people have died exploring underwater caves than climbing Mount Everest and we know about deep space than we do about the depths of our oceans From one of the top cave divers working today and one of the very few women n her field Into the Planet blends science adventure and memoir to bring readers face to face with the terror and beauty of earth’s remaining unk. Ice caves of Antarctica like literally swimming n an ICEBERG SHE FACED DEATH A BUNCH OF TIMES SHE She faced death a bunch of times She to drag her dead friends from their watery tombs She had to deal with sexism The Reconstructionist in the diving community Not to mention many personal ordealsThe books easy to read and her diving experiences are well narrated They kept me at the edge of my figurative seat Seriously the part about the Mexican cenote was crazy and also when she lost her guide line due to a panic buddy Her experience with bends was horrible too I am lucky I only ever suffered minor ones rash many years ago I am grateful that she said The Dollmakers Daughters its useless to blame people and judge what s wrong since there are too many factors n play Even the experienced ones
Could Be Bent Too And They Mightbe bent too and they might know why In this book I could use fewer personal ssues She had this weird lengthy account on her so called adventurer genetic trait R7 or something which was a huh what moment for me I am glad though to be finally able to read this book written by a woman especially even though I won t ever be a caverNevertheless since safety The Missing is number one whent comes to diving I am now planning to continue my certification till at least the rescue level Should be advantageous and Health Policy Analysis increase my confidencen the water right Wish me luck Freakin awesome n the literally awe sense of the word I had no dea there was this extreme subspecialty of cavers Well written well told Jill Heinerth The nexus is the Chris Traeger of diving It ll be fun Wellt s grueling than fun She s made a career out of diving Operatie oranje woensdag into the most dangerous cavesn the world despite pain and The Mouse-Proof Kitchen injuriesngrained misogyny on the part of her fellow divers nearly all men and of course the mammoth level of risk Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success inherentn cave diving The Prodigal Prophet in the first place Heinerths a great spinner of yarns and she had me on the edge of my seat than once as she related near misses and brushes with death If you re curious to know about cave diving and what kind of person willingly signs up for that kind of job you ll really enjoy this memoir Heard a super Bloody Seoul interestingnterview with her on NPR now I m curious to read this Here s a book by a woman who chose to lead a life of a real explorer something I truly admire In this memoir she offers a number of fascinating and dramatic tales of adventure discovery triumph and loss I was glued to Migritude its pages and I learned a lot about the world of diving following one s passion and overcoming fear no matter which profession or relationship you might find yourselfn I expected much This The Color Purple is mostly about Heinerth s experiences on other people s cave diving expeditions especially Bill Stone s projects Bill Stone has an excellent book himself Beyond the Deep Deadly Descentnto the World s Most Treacherous Cave so I don t see a reason for reading this one Beyond that the writing Truth and Nothing But is very average Theres way too much Negotiate the best deal information about her relationships I didn t expect to be reading about her frustrations with online dating and swiping right or left Its neither nteresting nor novel I don t know f she has repressed mpostor syndrome but she s constantly pointing out what an amazing explorer she s We were on top of the world and I was comfortable n my role as an exploration diver and felt I was an One from None important asset to the success of the entire team In this wild and almost unimaginable situation I continue to blossomn the purity of unhindered exploration I ll be afraid but I ll never concedeStone didn t constantly write how great he Im Afraid of Men is He didn t have to because his stories stood for themselves She complains constantly about everything from bugs to her husband to online trolls I m sympathetic to her about trolls but don t think that either engaging with them or complaining aboutt Reforesting Faith in your memoirs at all productive And she unfortunately undercuts herself on one page she complains about others saying saying she didn t earn her way onto her husband s expedition and on the next page she writes Not yet envisioning myself as capable of that level of advanced technical exploration diving I first settled Peggy Deans Guide to Nature Drawing and Watercolor into a management and marketing role bringing my artistic skills photography and technical background to the groupThere are a fewnteresting stories here but they are buried Foursome in a mess I was still too exhausted to communicate with Paul who was sitting only five yards away at the fire I wished he would sweep me up and maket all go away Was our bond so weak that he could not even ask me what was wrong I wanted my Corduroys Garden indomitable French Canadian husband to sweep mento his arms and make everything better When we transcend the fear of failure and terror of the unknown we ar. Nowns and the extremes of human capabilityJill Heinerth the first person What Is the Story of Scooby-Doo? in history to dive deepnto an Antarctic My Father Left Me Ireland iceberg and leader of a team that discovered the ancient watery remains of Mayan civilizations has descended farthernto the nner depths of our planet than any other woman She takes us nto the harrowing split second decisions that determine whether a diver makes t back to safety the prejudices that prevent women from pursuing careers underwater and her endeavor to recover a fallen friend’s body from the confines of a cave But there?.