To the white sea
In this gripping first-person narrative, the bestselling author of Deliverance tells about an American gunner's efforts to stay alive in Tokyo during the last months of WWII. As he treks north, his journey becomes more than an escape--it escalates into a violent odyssey of self-discovery and an exploration of the primal nature of war and man.
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TO THE WHITE SEAUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Dickey doesn't write many novels—three in 23 years—but he makes every one count. And when he's in peak form, as he is here, he makes every word count as well: In this unforgettable story of an ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - clogbottom - LibraryThing
The more I think about this book, the more I appreciate it. Ultrasymbolism is the name of the game. So is reverse anthropomorphism and a dash of hyper-atavism. Blue-beyond-blue, stark red, endless ... Read full review