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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.
Junger's books does not tell a perfect story, but it is certainly great.
These are minor distractions as Junger recounts the story of the fishing boat the 'Andrea Gail' and its disappearance during a particularly violent 'perfect storm'.
I found this book to be exciting at times, but dull at other times with too much technical jargon.
It was a great book regarding a major storm in history that caused great damage to life and property. Follows different people on land and sea and tells their story. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Robert
This was an interesting book . I love most Sebastion Junger books and the writing style is always good. Read morePublished 26 days ago by pswinn
I had ordered and received this exact same book some weeks ago and some how misplaced it so I ordered another one but fortuanatel just yestderday I found the book in my truck. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Thomas Carr
I read this book twice. Or was it the movie that I saw twice?
In any case, Junger does a great job of reconstructing the final voyage of the ill-fated Andrea Gail. Read more
We'll done considering that much oh the actual details of what happened are impossible to obtain from the members of the crew.Published 1 month ago by Flippy IV
Saw the movie and just had to read the book. Incredible story of adventure. You might just want to finish this book in one sitting!Published 2 months ago by Cris H. Dahlgren
I had to read the book for a grad school class and I typically read a book this size in days. It took me three weeks. Read morePublished 3 months ago by julsh72061
Snooze fest. This book was picked for a book club I'm in and we all hated it. Extremely difficult to readPublished 3 months ago by kenny
The Perfect Storm
This book follows the lives of the crew of the Andrea Gail before and during the Perfect Storm in 1991. Read more