Book: Camille: Category 5 - The Most Powerful Hurricane Of The Century by Cheyene Montana Lopez
categories: Book, Category 5, 1968, True Story, The South, Mississippi and Alabama, Powerful, Survival, Devastation, Destructions, Flooding, Hurricane Camille
Cheyene M. Lopez about this book: This book is based on a true and real life story. It is based on a 1968 Hurricane by the name of Camille. Camille has gone down to a fading history and long forgotten.Hurricane Camille rose to a category 5 packing winds in excess of over 200 miles per hour and more than 20 foot sea tides/ Camille hit the gulf coast of Mississippi and Alabama curving in northern Mississippi and coming over well into Alabama. More than twenty people in all died from Mississippi all way up through to Virginia and back out to sea before it died out. Camille's name has since long been retired.
I was inspired by the will to live and make of us the people from back then. I believe Camille was more powerful than Katrina in 2005. I chose an original picture of the real Hurricane Camille to put on the cover. This book is for purchase in paperback on Createspace.com and Amazon.com and hardcover on LuLu.com. This book was the single most hardest book I have ever written to date. This book is for any and all ages to read in history and natural disasters. I have to say to my readers today, "Live today as if it is your last. Live each day for day to day." This is a self help book. Keep posted for new works to come.
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