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An other enjoyable Kurlansky read, well researched, well written and nicely paced.
This is a great book, history of a wonderful town in New England and a must read for all that are interested in history, NE and fishing.
Mark Kurlansky paints a great picture of what happened on the East Coast of America.
really great book- some very funny stuff about the traditions in Gloucester, great history lesson and some sad parts about the demise of the local fishery. Read morePublished 3 days ago by hatteras
Mark Kurlansky is simply a great writer. His prose makes just about anything very readable and interesting. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rothys
History I never knew, the depth of research and understanding is wonderful, I think SALT will be next! Thanks Mark.Published 6 months ago by Bob Kluck
A brief history of the decline of the fishing industry with special emphasis on Glouster, MA.
Its really more than that and Kurlansky ALWAYS tells the tale well. Read more
After a while, this book just lost steam for me, and I didn't care enough to finish the last quarter of the book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mary G. Corson
I have a real gripe about the picture of the boat on the cover in this edition (Riverhead-Penquin). It has nothing to do with Gloucester. Read morePublished 10 months ago by George Edwards
This is a great book, history of a wonderful town in New England and a must read for all that are interested in history, NE and fishing. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jayne
As a young boy growing up in Honolulu, I was fascinated at the hustle and bustle at what we called "Fisherman's Wharf" where Star Kist and Del Monte, cooked and canned... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
I live in Gloucester, the oldest American seaport, now nearing 400 years. But as expected, the socialist administration aided by the nefarious NOAA is making sure it doesn't... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bluenova