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Saved at Sea

A true survival story of finding God while lost 3 days at sea

Author Michelle & Rachelle Hamilton
Narrator Francie & TJ Wyck
Runtime 8.37 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Michelle Hamilton
Downloads ZIP M4B
Release Date January 16, 2018
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

This is the true story of Michelle Hamilton who for 3 terrifying days, clung helplessly to her small capsized canoe in the Sulu Sea, the Philippines.


Menaced by hungry sharks, enduring tropical storms and with no food or water, Michelle hovered near death.


Hanging onto the capsized canoe, wearing only a bikini and flippers, Michelle is miraculously rescued by a passing boat of Filipino fisherman; who are convinced she is a mermaid.


The story captured the interest of the world's press and was featured in Readers Digest and on the front page of many newspapers and magazines, worldwide.


Co-authored by Michelle's mother Rachelle, she shares her story of a mother's tireless vigil to find her lost child, of human helplessness and the intervention of a sovereign God. For anyone who has ever lost a child either physically, spiritually or emotionally - this message will inspire you to have 100% Faith!


This modern-day Jonah tale of Michelle's experience with a merciful God, who gave her audible instructions on what to do to stay alive, and an amazing encounter with angels, is a story that will not only thrill but challenge you to have 100% Faith in God - in the midst of your own storms and the hungry human sharks in life.

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This is the true story of Michelle Hamilton who for 3 terrifying days, clung helplessly to her small capsized canoe in the Sulu Sea, the Philippines.


Menaced by hungry sharks, enduring tropical storms and with no food or water, Michelle hovered near death.


Hanging onto the capsized canoe, wearing only a bikini and flippers, Michelle is miraculously rescued by a passing boat of Filipino fisherman; who are convinced she is a mermaid.


The story captured the interest of the world's press and was featured in Readers Digest and on the front page of many newspapers and magazines, worldwide.


Co-authored by Michelle's mother Rachelle, she shares her story of a mother's tireless vigil to find her lost child, of human helplessness and the intervention of a sovereign God. For anyone who has ever lost a child either physically, spiritually or emotionally - this message will inspire you to have 100% Faith!


This modern-day Jonah tale of Michelle's experience with a merciful God, who gave her audible instructions on what to do to stay alive, and an amazing encounter with angels, is a story that will not only thrill but challenge you to have 100% Faith in God - in the midst of your own storms and the hungry human sharks in life.

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Read the book and skip this trash interpretation.
Great story with terrible narration and sound effects. It was like listening to a 1930's melodrama on an AM radio. Sound effects and music was bad too, but compared to the histrionic acting it deserved a Grammy Award. I almost expected James Cagney to start barking about being "On top of the world Ma!". It didn't matter if the daughter was fighting for survival on the open sea or deciding what to wear on the airplane trip the level of drama was nearly identical. It was the kind of book you force yourself to finish just to know how it turns out.
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Review by / (Posted on 7/25/2020)
Have 100 percent faith in God!
Great story. Michelle is rescued at sea by following the audible instructions from God. She is comforted by angels and sent back with the timely message of having. 100 percent faith in God.
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Review by / (Posted on 9/10/2019)
Narrator ruins an important story
I'm sure the story is worth reading in hard copy but the narration and movie music cheapens the audio version in a ridiculously annoying way. Everything about the audio version makes it seem like a second-run fiction paperback. It's a shame to put such a touching and important story into this type of "entertainment". Educated adults are listening to these books. There's no need to add ridiculous inflections of voice and movie music as if a five-year-old child is being entertained.
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Review by / (Posted on 6/5/2019)
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