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Wise funny In Between PDFEPUB #187 and beautifully written The Water in Between is an inspiring and cautionary tale for anyone who has ever wanted to escape into another life A stint in the army and a broken heart lead Kevin Patterson who has never sailed before. Unexpectedreally beautiful and soulful

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The Water In Between A Journey at SeaThe travel literature that has inspired him But when his companion remains behind Patterson single handedly Water In Between A Journey ePUB #199 sails his boat across the North Pacific and through a perilous four day gale truly testing himself against the elemen. I wanted to like this book as I've read other ocean crossing books and loved the danger and the sense of isolation that a crew encounters on their journey Sadly this book just didn't have as much of that as I'd hoped for Although Patterson wanted to give the reader background information into his life and what brought him to his cross ocean journey each time he left the boat and dove into the past I found myself extremely uninterested As well the large stretches of ocean voyage history felt so disconnected and dry I found myself skipping over them completely towards the end of the book For a book that featured so many days and weeks on the sea there was such a small proportion of the crossings in the book to make it even interesting Needless to say I was happy when it was over

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review The Water In Between A Journey at Sea × eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ ❰Reading❯ ➺ The Water In Between A Journey at Sea Author Kevin Patterson – Gwairsoft.co.uk Wise funny and beautifully written The Water in Between is an inspiring and cautionary tale for anyone who has ever wanted to eTo buy a foot sailboat He recruits a experienced sailor another brokenhearted guy and together they set sail for Tahiti hoping to burn away their miseries in hard miles at seaAt first The Water PDFEPUBPatterson finds life under sail distinctly less heroic than. A wryly lyrical account of a landlubber sailing from Vancouver Island to the South Pacific Well crafted referencing other authors of travelogues from Salman Rushdie to Theroux with a keen eye for human foibles including his own It has earned a spot on the permanent bookshelf