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By The Sea By Sara Gardner Blow
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This book is a lifetime project based on a true story told through events, Bible verses, and poetry. Life just happens and as we live it each day we find that we need help from a greater source. ... More > The life of a Christian is not one without the same challenges that happen to all peoples. Sometimes it is even harder as we seem to be tried and tested daily. What makes it easier is the fact that we can always rely upon our God to lean upon and know that He will carry us when we cannot walk. He will be there always so we are never alone. May these words that He has given to me give you the encouragement and desire to become closer to One who loves you, knows you and will never leave you.< Less
Nine Stories of the Sea By Anthony Holt
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These Nine ‘Sea Stories’ are all written from personal experience of the Author. “Tui Lau” is the unique account of the South Pacific rescue of over 100 people by a helicopter... More > flown by the Author. It was a protracted, dangerous and difficult rescue with a memorable aftermath. “Hurricane” describes a ship caught in a particular mid-Atlantic storm, whereas “Mutiny” is drawn from a combination of several sequences of events and is presented as a work of fiction. “A Matter of Conscience” is a sad story, variations of which have occurred all too frequently with sailors far from home. “The Collision” and “The King and I” show two extremes of service in the same Fleet Destroyer. “Dunsley Wyke” gives a snapshot of life in the fishing industry, “The Chase” is set in the Cold War era and “Out to Lunch” gives an amusing and informal view of Coastal Forces in the 1960s..< Less
Navy Sea Stories By Vince Stead
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1. What is was like to have sea duty aboard a submarine tender. 2. What U.S. Navy Boot camp Was Like for Me As an Enlisted Serviceman. 3. How to Have Fun in the Navy and What It Is Like Up in Flag... More > Country on an Aircraft Carrier. 4. What Is Was Like to Be Aboard an Aircraft Carrier. 5. What the Food Is Like On A Navy Ship. 6. How I Learned To Type In The Navy From Watching The Movie. 7. What It Was Like to Be Stationed on a U.S. Navy Destroyer Out to Sea. 8. What Is Was Like to Be Stationed in Guam on a Submarine Tender in the United States Navy. 9. What Is Was Like to Visit the Philippines While on a Navy Warship and Take a Port of Call.< Less
Poems and Sea Stories By James B. Rudd
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The author relives his unforgettable days as a U.S. Naval Officer and offers poignant insights in this new release. Poems and Sea Stories is a highly-moving collection of riveting poetry and short... More > stories on humanity, nature, conflict, & the cosmos.< Less
The River and the Sea: six stories By Mehran Razaghi
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six short stories, fables, for children from 8 to 80
The River and the Sea: six stories By Mehran Razaghi
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six short stories, fables, for children from 8 to 80
Poems and Sea Stories By James Rudd
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Author James B. Rudd relives his unforgettable days as a U.S. naval officer, and peppers some insight into this release. The book is a highly moving collection of literary works. Penning down over... More > eighty pieces of poignant poetry and short stories in this unique anthology, he taps the corners of his mind to relive his international adventures. He compels readers to ponder life, nature, war, and humanity. Deeply melancholic, “The Dead Tree" is about the beauty that can be seen in the absence of it. “Gravity”, “Conventions of War”, and “Coming Home” speak to the author’s personal experience with war. This book views life from the perspective of a citizen of the world.< Less
Stories Of Ships And The Sea By Jack London
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John Griffith "Jack" London (born John Griffith Chaney, January 12, 1876 – November 22, 1916) was an American author, journalist, and social activist. He was a pioneer in the... More > then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction and was one of the first fiction writers to obtain worldwide celebrity and a large fortune from his fiction alone.He is best remembered as the author of The Call of the Wild and White Fang, both set in the Klondike Gold Rush, as well as the short stories "To Build a Fire", "An Odyssey of the North", and "Love of Life".[citation needed] He also wrote of the South Pacific in such stories as "The Pearls of Parlay" and "The Heathen", and of the San Francisco Bay area in The Sea Wolf. London was a passionate advocate of unionization, socialism, and the rights of workers and wrote several powerful works dealing with these topics such as his dystopian novel The Iron Heel, his non-fiction exposé The People of the Abyss, and The War of the Classes. -wikipedia< Less
Stories of the Southern Sea By Lawrence Winkler
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It lives in the hole where the moon used to be. And for most of the worst part of the northern winter, over the last two decades, so have we. The real South Pacific was not a Bali Hai musical, but a... More > drama of cannibals and castaways, headhunters and slavers, paradise and perdition. This is a book of saline psalms. This is water.< Less
From Sea to Shining Sea By Perry Treadwell
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Travel from the Tea Party in Boston Harbor to the fishing fleet in Newport, Oregon. What a History! It unfolds from Puritans and Indians to Patriots and Soldiers. Climb the Berkshires and visit the... More > Shakers. Pass through the sunny remnants of the "Dark and Bloody" land of French and Indian Wars and two wars with Britain. Cross trails with the Lewis and Clark expedition and the Oregon Trail. Follow the steam engines as they lay track through Iowa, Nebraska and Montana and with those states own Indian wars. Savor the stories of the Mountain Men, trappers and guides to the West Coast. Imagine the journey of the Oregon bound wagons as they passed through the foreboding Craters of the Moon in Idaho. From the high desert in eastern Oregon, climb the remnants of great, sleeping volcanoes before reaching the Western Sea.< Less