The exciting adventure story of a man's epic sailing voyage. Frankk constructs Camus-like imagery about Hemingway-like encounters, along with the thrill and terror of gales and bar crossings, rogue waves and perilous port entries, from a time long before GPS navigation. It's also a story about how the little catamaran Kathleen helped reshape the author's outlook. This is handled with an amusing mix of 'bravado before the mirror', with a healthy dose of extraction of the urine. The story moves along, slowing at the important bits, dwelling at the crucial. Just like at sea, tension builds from the most placid situations, and the mysterious perils of life out there pulse throughout. The tale is told in the lucid detail. Drift is the exciting first novel by Frankk Fatt
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Published December 1, 2013
by Big Fatt Publishing.
Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction.