S.O.S: Chilling Tales of Adventure on the High Seas
Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2001 - Fiction - 256 pages
Where there's an ocean, there are always adventure tales to be told. In the good old-fashioned tradition of story-telling, S.O.S. collects 19 intriguing tales--both fictional and true, classic and contemporary. From the depths of H. G. Wells's The Abyss to the tempest in Sebastian Junger's The Perfect Storm, these spine-tingling stories are as varied as the moods of the sea itself. A sturdy book with rounded corners and large type, S.O.S. is perfect for a week-long sail or an afternoon adventure in the armchair. Selected Contributors: Joseph Conrad, Stephen King, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Sebastian Junger, Paul Theroux, Ernest Hemingway.
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FROM THE PERFECT STORM
IN A FOG
ROWING AROUND THE CAPE
FROM THE STORY OF A SHIPWRECKED
AND NEVER COME UP
abyss Andrea Gail beach began blood blue boat bottom Brad breath Captain MacWhirr Chase cord crawled crew Daddy dark deck deep diving drowning Elstead Ernest Hemingway Essex eyes father feel feet felt fish floating Geoffrey Wolff going gull hands Harbor harpoon head heard huge humpback island John Jukes knew Kona Joe legs lifeboat light looked Mark mate miles minutes mouth Nantucket Nathaniel Philbrick Neil Simon never night ocean paddle Paul Theroux Priscilla pulled raft rock rockpile Rockwell Kent rolled rowed rush sail screaming SEA SNAKES Sebastian Junger seemed shark ship shirt shore shouting side singing slowly snake song sound sperm whale sphere Steevens Stephen King stern story strange suddenly surface swam swell swim tail tell thing thought Tim Cahill took trying turned voice watched wave Weybridge whale song whaleboat wind