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Eye of the Storm Cory R. Lunn
Books with a 5 star rating(3)
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620302682
Eye of the Storm Hurricanes, Adventures and Shipwreck in the Caribbean A man trying to reconnect with his parents on a sailing trip is caught in the path of a hurricane. At a remote Caribbean island, facing imminent shipwreck, the author finds himself struggling to survive inside the eye of the storm. A true story. Excerpt: “Hang on tight!” I shout over the roar of the storm. The inflatable dinghy suddenly drops into the trough of a wave. The crippled engine struggles to point the bow up the face of the next wave. It can barely push forward against the hurricane. Glancing down, I see that the boat is nearly full of water.
How to get the monkey out of your hair Sooze Johnson
Books with a 5 star rating(2)
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781518860393
There’s no better way to unwind than on a Caribbean Princess Cruise—that is if they let you board and then leave you the hell alone. Herein lays a candid account of what happens when your husband and friends can board the ship (but you can’t). Read on about the trials and tribulations of chasing down the cruise for four days. Experience firsthand the firewalls, loopholes, obstacles, heartburn, and heartache (and of course additional costs) to board a ‘closed loop’ Princess vessel. Oh, and if you want to know what it is like to be flagged as (and treated like) a terrorist then continue to read on about the remaining seven days of our ‘magical’ and ‘relaxing’ Princess vacation.
Surviving Paradise: One Year on a Disappearing Island Peter Rudiak-Gould
Books with a 5 star rating(1)
Size: 5.25" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
A cultural castaway writes winningly of life on a remote island in the Pacific that may be one of global warming’s first casualties. Just one month after his twenty-first birthday, Peter Rudiak-Gould moved to Ujae, a remote atoll in the Marshall Islands located 70 miles from the nearest telephone, car, store, or tourist, and 2000 miles from the closest continent. He spent the next year there, living among its 450 inhabitants and teaching English to its schoolchildren. At first blush, Surviving Paradise is a thoughtful and laugh-out-loud hilarious documentation of Rudiak-Gould’s efforts to cope with daily life on Ujae as his idealistic expectations of a tropical paradise confront harsh re ...