By Steven Callahan
Prior to definitely the right typhoon, ahead of within the center of the ocean, Steven Callahan’s dramatic story of survival at sea was once at the ny instances bestseller checklist for greater than thirty-six weeks. In many ways the version for the hot wave of experience books, Adrift is an indisputable seafaring vintage, a riveting firsthand account by way of the one guy recognized to have survived greater than a month on my own at sea, combating for his existence in an inflatable raft after his small sloop capsized in basic terms six days out. Utterly absorbing” (Newsweek), Adrift is a must have for any event library.
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There wasn’t any rule about it, there weren’t any rules about anything, but somehow there were never any gate-crashers. When the Round Table took off in the summer of 1919, Connelly was twenty-eight years old, and Wood, twenty-seven, ages that matched most of the group. , was pushing thirty-seven. Together, they came to represent all that was racy, refined, and romantic in the era of the “smart set” of Manhattan. The New York City they inhabited was a shadow of what it is today, but even while the Round Table was in full swing, a cultural sea change was remaking the metropolis.
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