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Fascinating book. Susan Casey's lively writing style and understanding of the big wave surfers' lifestyle added a depth of interest to this story. Read morePublished 10 days ago by RunningCat
I rated three stars mostly because I was expecting an expose on rogue waves rather than a story mostly about surfers.Published 20 days ago by GPS
Purchased as a gift for a surfer friend, it has great graphics.Published 1 month ago by John Tompkins
I liked this book very much, especially the chapters on the waves themselves and the extraordinary men who ride them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nancy
A Sunday sick in bed allowed me the luxury to read The Wave start to finish. I'm not competent to dissect the science of waves, however I caught several errors in an otherwise... Read morePublished 1 month ago by P. Aiken
Well written and engaging. A tangible look at oceanography and particularly Wave Science, from both the scientific and the almost spiritual surfer perspective.Published 2 months ago by J. Anness
Most interesting! I have recommended to others. Lots of surfing covered and I'm not a surfer but it seemed relevant to the topic.Published 2 months ago by Desert Dweller
One of my favorites. I used to be terrified of Rogue Waves. But after reading the book, the science behind and history. It was a relief to be educated and exciting to learn more. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sharon L Mullinix
Probably my mistake for not doing better due diligence before buying: too much time with the surfer-dudes; not enough about the history and wave mechanics of rogue waves.Published 2 months ago by Stephen V. Cantrill