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Book Review: “Live Like Line” Inspires

“Live Like Line,” a true story of how an Iowa team copes with the death of its setter just days before the season, is a valuable read not just for volleyball enthusiasts but for anyone who could use a little perspective or inspiration in their lives.

Caroline Found was 17 years old, the kind of kid who lit up every room, when she lost control of a moped she was riding, hit a tree and died instantly. “Line” was on her way to the hospital to visit her terminally-ill mother, who would also die just 12 days later.

Line’s sudden and tragic death and how her Iowa City West high school team carried on in her memory is at the heart of “Live Like Line,” a book, written by longtime West coach Kathy Bresnahan, scheduled for release this fall at the same time as the major motion film starring Helen Hunt and William Hurt.

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