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Like a Greek drama, The Perfect Storm builds slowly and inexorably to its tragic climax. The book weaves the history of the fishing industry and the science of predicting storms into the quotidian lives of those aboard the Andrea Gail and of others who would soon find themselves in the fury of the storm. Junger does a remarkable job of explaining a convergence of meteorological and human events in terms that make them both comprehensible and unforgettable. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
I first read this book when I picked it up as a mass market paperback at the grocery store in the 90s when I was going on a beach vacation. Read morePublished 14 days ago by J. Edgar Mihelic
There is a genre of "omiscient technical narration of a disaster". This is one of the best.Published 24 days ago by Aaron Smith
I loved the movie and know I'll love the book. I started reading it, but I'm not finished yet.Published 27 days ago by Lori L Staton
In the story The Perfect Storm by Sebastian Junger, The sword fishing boat goes out to sea not knowing what is in front of them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The book is okay. It was really hard for me to get into because I am not into fishing. I do however appreciate the struggle.Published 2 months ago by Rassy
It's like the author had ADD, he would switch from subject to the next. It was a good book if you wanted to know how a boat sinks and what it feels like to drown, but just not a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce A Fuhrmann
Good book and value, arrived by estimated delivery date, however that was almost 3 weeks, just seemed a bit long since it was needed for a school assignment.Published 3 months ago by Scott Maier