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.
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Review: Sailing Down the MoonbeamUser Review - Penelope - Goodreads
This well-written, highly involving book has as its premise how a voyage can be a metaphor for a marriage. Two successful New York executives, Mary and Tom, leave high-powered jobs and security to ... Read full review
Review: Sailing Down the MoonbeamUser Review - Katherine Sartori - Goodreads
Author Mary Gottschalk travels 13,612 miles in three years by sailboat in her memoir SAILING DOWN THE MOONBEAM, but her story relates many interior storms of the heart as well. Masterfully, Gottschalk ... Read full review