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Be warned though. I ordered this book from Academic Book Guy as a gift to a close friend (I have my own copy) who has given me some very nice books, so I... Read more
The Lyme portion of his story was relatable since I too suffer from chronic neurological Lyme disease, however the spiritual quest portion is just plain goofy, and like the other... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Guest
Excellent piece of work. Some in depth research makes for a solid foundation to a good story. Thought provoking, travel and surf adventure which is also a journey of discovery.Published 5 months ago by Fred Adelhelm
I don't do reviews...however this was such a engaging, intelligent, insightful book with a lot of depth and rare insight. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gibbslaw
So not what I thought it was. The writer had some kind of agneda that wasn't about a spiritual journey or about surfing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Torrey J.
I liked the surfing reverances . I disliked the trible and legend reverances I wouldn't recommend to any one I likedPublished 6 months ago by Steve Fleming
What a story and what a writer! We all know someone who has some kind of debilitating disease process and Lyme's is in street vernacular, "a real bitch" as a condition in... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nike
Interesting and definitely west of centre thinking! In the end I think Stephen nailed it, it's all about the experience of surfing, especially when you get a special wave that... Read morePublished 12 months ago by philip sisson