Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Micro Mention "The Finest Hours"

Michael J. Tougias & Casey Sherman

I always love a good nautical adventure—be it fiction or nonfiction—but this story by Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman, "The Finest Hours," is more a nautical horror story—a nightmare that really happened. Never underestimate the power of the sea.

I've talked about this before on this blog, but I have experience working on the water. Certainly nothing like this; I worked on riverboats that did day cruises, but anyone who has worked around any body of water knows that when the weather changes, the water changes, and it can easily be dramatic. Water on the move, in a storm, can feel like a vindictive and malevolent force. That's why this book reads like a horror story to me.

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