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Weisbecker's book, a sort of gonzo detective story blended with travelogue and peppered with hang-10 jargon, does many things, all of them very well indeed. It offers up a vision of innocent times brought to ruin by war and drugs; it recounts his search for his lost friend, whose life had gone from bad to worse far away from home; and it affords a look inside the strange culture of surfing, whose masters "understood, in a visceral and soulful and inexpressible way, the machinations of the sea, and, by subtle inference, the universe at large."
Full of regret and exhilaration, Weisbecker's memoir is a fine chronicle of a dream gone sour and a friendship redeemed. --Gregory McNamee --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Great book! Makes me want to grab my board and passport and hit the roadPublished 21 days ago by Jonathan Lien
A really inspiring book that made me want to get up and go on a surf road trip. Awesome adventure.Published 2 months ago by Bryan
Great tales of modern time adventures.
Surfers can do anything.
The book is a great trip! I've read it more than once, because it takes you on a ride. Allan W. is a great communicator and has a good spirit.Published 3 months ago by John S.
I didn 't read it myself. It was a gift for someone who truly appreciated and loved it.