A Voyage Beyond Reason: An Epic of Survival Based on the Original Journals of Benjamin Wade

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Outskirts Press, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 408 pages
Winner of a "Notable Award for Literary Fiction" in the 17th Annual International Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Award competition.A True-Life Adventure. In 1996, twenty four year old Benjamin Wade sets out on a solo voyage in a tiny sea kayak. His goal lies 6,000 miles away - and deep within his own soul.The chance discovery of his journals, buried on a Colombian cliff above the sea, uncovers a mystery which took many years to finally solve. His journals tell of misery and elation, of triumph and failure, of insight and insanity.Does the man make the journey, or does the journey make the man?Follow the tiny kayak, and follow the mind of a young man set on a goal that no amount of torture can dissuade him from reaching, on a journey that brings him face to face with himself.

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