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Albatross: The True Story of a Woman's Survival at Sea Beautifully written, gut wrenching, and heartbreaking I couldn t put it down. I bought this book for a friend who had been searching for it under the wrong title She enjoyed it and gave it to me WOW If you like adventure this one s for you Excellent read. One Late Summer S Day, The Yacht Trashman Set Sail From Annapolis To Florida On Board Were Five Young People John, The Captain Meg, Mark, Brad, And Debbie Scaling When The Boat Sailed Into A Gale, The Eighty Knot Winds Shredded The Sails Forty Foot Seas Crashed Through The Cabin Windows, And Trashman Sank, Leaving The Crew Adrift In A Rubber Dinghy Albatross Tells The Story Of How Debbie And Brad Survived And How The Tragedy Changed Debbie Scaling S Life Forever I read about a study that referenced this author book The study was about people who survive tragedies severe circumstances and what sets them apart from people who perish Compelling subject I was led to pick up this book Even though the book was not all that well written it could have been worse , I was caught up in the story once they were shipwrecked I cannot imagine going through what these people went through Incredible With all my heart, I hope the author is doing well. Great book of a harrowing account At times this is poetical The author uses simple language other then when she s describing a boats technicalities which I don t understand a lot of I think that s why the book flowed so nicely I was able to read it in a day It was interesting to see the psychology of the situation as things progressively got worse One of my favorite moments was when one of the crew was dancing before their death The author has a way of touching your heart with the sweet Great book of a harrowing account At times this is poetical The author uses simple language other then when she s describing a boats technicalities which I don t understand a lot of I think that s why the book flowed so nicely I was able to read it in a day It was interesting to see the psychology of the situation as things progressively got worse One of my favorite moments was when one of the crew was dancing before their death The author has a way of touching your heart with the sweet moments of life found throughout the book The offering to Poseidon was another thing that I remembered well I saw some movie with Josh Duhamil on the Discovery show and in the end it said the movie wasn t based off this book, that s why I got it to read and I wasn t disappointed A tale of how a woman survived surviving A wholesome book Though I got bored at first, adrenaline gradually intensified at every turn of the page I was eager to know what will happen to them, how will they survive, how will they die These questions made me hungry until I was already at the last page where Debbie broke free of her fears and was able to spread her wings like an Albatross I specially love the closing line and the appendices.This made my heart wrenched with emotion and my min A tale of how a woman survived surviving A wholesome book Though I got bored at first, adrenaline gradually intensified at every turn of the page I was eager to know what will happen to them, how will they survive, how will they die These questions made me hungry until I was already at the last page where Debbie broke free of her fears and was able to spread her wings like an Albatross I specially love the closing line and the appendices.This made my heart wrenched with emotion and my mind realized how hard sailors, fishermen, and sailors alike struggle to make a living amidst the perilous threats of the raging sea, battling all kinds of horrors, fighting for survival Goosebumps.Further, I also becameaware of the fact that where there is love, there is fear, where there are comfort, there are threats Debbie loved sailing, but it took her awhile to get past the ghost of those long dark nights.It s just simply what I needed to keep my mind off some things I was disappointed there were no photos included aside from the back page of the author I wondered what the others looked like as well as the boat itself I m a bit curious Deborah Kiley, I didn t warm up to her much throughout the book, she was a bit rough around the edges I see that she died at the age of 54, quite young, I m curious as to what became of her.. Horrifying and captivating at the same time A quick read that made me pause many times how could this be a true story I had been putting off this book for a long time My dad, however, kept telling me to read it It is incredible Intense and quick read It is surely a 5 star book to anyone who enjoys sea survival stories My 4 star rating is solely based on my dislike of sailing jargon, which accounts for small portion of this book. Another true adventure, this time with a woman as the protagonist, and a book I quickly read and liked When I began the book, I thought it would be about a solo journey by the woman, Deborah Scalling Kiley Actually, it was about a crew which began as five and later became just two Deborah s travails included farthan the challenges of the ocean, but all held my interest I also liked the fact of her mentioning that participation in the Outward Bound program as a youth taught her valuable Another true adventure, this time with a woman as the protagonist, and a book I quickly read and liked When I began the book, I thought it would be about a solo journey by the woman, Deborah Scalling Kiley Actually, it was about a crew which began as five and later became just two Deborah s travails included farthan the challenges of the ocean, but all held my interest I also liked the fact of her mentioning that participation in the Outward Bound program as a youth taught her valuable skills Part of the book s proceeds go to making the Outward Bound program available to disadvantaged children

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