The tale of Carl Wake
And The Hurricane That Was the hurricane that was for him oes straight to the heart of the reatest sea stories they are not about man against the sea but man against himself John Kretschmer s book is as perfectly shaped and flawlessly written as such a story can be In addition to being the best depiction I have ever read of what it is like to be inside a hurricane at sea At the Mercy of the Sea is as moving a story Of A Man S Failure a man s failure redemption as.
John Kretschmer ↠ 7 Free readGrimm columnist for the Miami
*heraldonce begun his *begun his and narrative is impossible to put
down Derek Lundy author of Sea and The Way of aDerek Lundy author of Godforsaken Sea and The Way of a felt I knew Carl Wake because John Kretschmer found in him an archetype an aging sailor with an age old dream Jim Carrier transatlantic sailor and author of The Ship and the Storm Hurricane Mitch and the Loss of the FantomeA remarkable book impossible to put down Herb McCormick sailing journalist. ,
Can be found anywhere in the literature of the SEA THIS BOOK IS SURELY DESTINED TO BECOME A This book is surely destined to become a Peter Nichols author of Sea Change and A Voyage for MadmenJohn Kretschmer has transformed this story of three
men on a collision course with a hurricane into a modern seafaringon a collision course with a hurricane into a modern seafaring Peter Nielsen editor of SAIL magazineWith
expert analysis and taut writing he draws readersanalysis and taut writing he draws readers that mad storm You can t turn away You keep reading until it breaks your heart Fred.