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Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2016
Author Tougias does a commendable job of putting us right in the middle of a raging storm at sea, a storm that would take, both, ships and men to the bottom of the sea, but that miraculously fails to take the life of one man so intent on survival, that the sea can't claim him among her victim's. Tougias' interviews with survivors of this tragedy gives the reader a good idea of the character of the people whose lives were written about in this book, making the story "hit home,"as if we were acquaintances of those involved in this remarkable tale. Definitely worth reading, especially for those of us who enjoy action-packed stories about "man vs. nature."
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