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The perfect storm : a true story of men against the sea

The perfect storm : a true story of men against the sea

by Sebastian Junger

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Through Thick and Thin Water   (2010-07-05)

Excellent

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by CeMcCue

The Perfect Storm, written by Sebastian Junger keeps the reader interested because of the story of six determined fishermen.  Throughout the novel, Junger explains the fishing history of Gloucester Massachusetts, the evolution of swordfish fishing, and where hurricanes come from. ...
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The Perfect Storm   (2010-04-28)

Excellent

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by corrinehartwell

The Perfect Storm by Sebastian Junger is an enticing tale about Gloucester fishermen during the cod-fishing season. Junger strings together the actual radio conversations of the lost crew with friends and families’ recounts of the events preceding the crew’s death in a lyrical presentation...
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Great book so far!!!   (2010-04-28)

Excellent

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by justindredman

I need to come clean...I have only read the first 75 pages of this book, but I still have a lot to say about it. The story starts off in Gloucester, Massachussetts in the fall of 1991. Gloucester is a fishing town, and Junger makes it a point to describe the lives of the fishermen and their families....
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Fish and The Perfect Storm   (2010-04-28)

Fair

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by RLChristensen

    The Perfect Storm is a novel based on the true story of the six fishermen aboard the Andrea Gail that were lost to sea in 1991 to one of the worst storms in recorded history.  This is a very interesting story that all seamen and women should know, because it demonstrates the...
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