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About piers paul read: british novelist and non-fiction writer educated at the benedictines' ampleforth college, and subsequently entered st john's coll. Welcome to our blog do you need help on alive by piers paul read do you need sparknotes for it and found out there aren't any then here's where you need to be. Piers paul read is the author of works of fiction, reportage, history, biography and journalism he is best known for alive the story of the andes survivors. Alive is a novel written by piers paul read in 1974 the book documents the events of the uruguayan air force flight 571 crash in the andes which led to many deaths.
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