Hungry as the Sea
Publish date: March 29th 2011
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
I was surprised I enjoyed this as much as I did considering that I have no interest in shipping salvage operations! It was well written, although the plot was a little predictable.
Another great book from Wilbur Smith. This time about a man, Nicholas Berg, who owns a salvage company and rescues disabled ships at sea. The first rescue in Antarctica is unbelievable as is the last one in the Caribbean during a hurricane. His rival in all things, Duncan Alexander, is a real ass...
Wilbur Smith - Hungry as the Sea - UnabridgedRead By: Robert Gladwell (he sounds the worse for drink, rly!) Duration: 19:43Description: Nick Berg sets out to salvage a cruise ship stranded with 600 people in the frozen wastes of the Antarctic. winter 2012seven seasadventuretbr busting 2012filthy l...
I'll read anything that has storms and ocean-going salvage tugs. This book has both, in addition to a vendetta, corporate and individual malfeasance, and romantic rivalry. The parts of the book dealing with those latter elements are the weakest. But Smith writes really well about ships during sto...
change of scene but still a good readHAVE JUST RE READ IT THATS WHY I BUY BOOKS TO REVISIT
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