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Rinse Spin Repeat

Edie Fassnidge

Publisher: Unbound

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Edith Fassnidge was kayaking with her boyfriend, mother and sister in 2004 when the Indian Ocean tsunami struck. 
Separated from her family, Edith battled to make it to safety, hoping that she wasn’t the only one to survive. 
Rinse, Spin, Repeat is the story of the day that changed her life forever and how she found the strength to face shock and loss—and eventually find peace—in the aftermath.

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