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1What kind of person do you think the author isI think Junger is very very interested in the topic of the book He showed great knowledge when it came to the setting the boats and the terminology I wouldnt be surprised if he was into a few extreme sports Sebastian Junger weaves a compelling narrative He tells of the lives of sword fishermen and their families He describes the training and ordeals of sea rescuers He explains the meteorology of ocean storms their origins how they are compounded and their terrifying fury and destruction And most harrowing he recreates the likely scenario of the last hours and minutes of a swordfish boat lost to the storm He must have done great research to write this novel and make it so interesting to read2Would you change the ending of the story in any wayWell we all know that this is nearly impossible sense the lives of those men were not only lost in the novel but also in real life but still I would have liked to see them come out of it It was weird reading this book and know that these men were going to die The whole time I just wanted to scream to them hello do you know what you are getting yourselves into Things happen and I imagine that the success of the book would not have been possible buy the few lives that could have been spared With all non-fiction novels for one reason or another we like to hear about things that really happed gross mean or violent or even deadly things Something in us is turned on and we thrive for the bad stuff I guess I just have a lot of compassion for the families of these men I really really wish that they have had lived through that and came out with lots of cool stories3Are there any parts of this work that were confusing to
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