Sailing Down the Moonbeam
"With a destination loosely defined as the rest of the world, Mary, and her husband Tom, leave family, friends and successful careers in high finance to set out on a five-year sailing adventure. As the voyage takes her farther and farther from her traditional support systems, as her world becomes more and more defined by forces outside her control, Mary re-examines what it means to be a daughter, a friend, a professional, and a wife"--P. 4. of cover.
What people are saying - Write a review
Review: Sailing Down the MoonbeamUser Review - Larry J. Dunlap - Goodreads
This is a very nicely written memoir, and I really enjoyed it. Since I'm writing in this vein and have been reading a lot of memoir, biography, and memoir-disguised-as-fiction, I'm probably a little ... Read full review
Review: Sailing Down the MoonbeamUser Review - Robyn - Goodreads
A good book. It was a fast read. While it did have a lot of details of the trip, it was much more than that. There was some sail talk, it was more about her life experience. Read full review